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Critical Fire Weather Threats in the West; Storms in the High Plains

Gusty winds, very dry conditions, and areas of dry thunderstorms are producing Critical fire weather threats across the Great Basin, Northern Rockies, and into the Northern High Plains. Severe storms in the High Plains are primarily expected to contain damaging winds and large hail. Near record heat in the South and Central High Plains and the Northeast. Heat builds into the Southwest this week. Read More >

 

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Summer Precipitation
(JUNE - AUGUST)
Year  Total        Year  Total        Year  Total
1932   2.51        1964   2.03        1996   2.67
1933   4.27        1965   4.24        1997   2.62
1934   2.02        1966   2.92        1998   2.82
1935   1.66        1967   5.90        1999   3.71
1936   6.03        1968   5.78        2000   1.93
1937   1.91        1969   5.81        2001   6.04
1938   3.20        1970   3.03        2002   1.18
1939   2.79        1971   3.88        2003   2.80
1940   2.64        1972   2.56        2004   1.74
1941   2.74        1973   2.43        2005   2.12
1942   1.38        1974   3.19        2006   4.17
1943   3.49        1975   2.06        2007   3.36
1944   2.05        1976   2.72        2008   1.74
1945   1.30        1977   4.00        2009   1.75
1946   2.55        1978   2.54        2010   1.61
1947   3.51        1979   2.52        2011   1.41
1948   2.12        1980    .75        2012   1.70
1949   2.92        1981   4.32        2013   3.82
1950   2.73        1982   1.31        2014   2.07
1951   2.06        1983   2.60        2015   3.03
1952   2.26        1984   2.36        2016   2.98
1953   2.29        1985   3.06        2017   4.44
1954   2.83        1986   1.87        2018   2.31
1955   2.22        1987   1.23        2019   1.36
1956   1.53        1988   2.57                  .
1957   3.29        1989   1.95                  .
1958   1.64        1990   3.59                  .
1959   2.80        1991   1.77                  .
1960   1.91        1992   4.41                  .
1961   3.43        1993   5.87                  .
1962   1.23        1994   1.39                  .
1963   3.66        1995   3.06                  .

 
HIGHEST            LOWEST
1.  6.04  2001     1.   .75  1980
2.  6.03  1936     2.  1.18  2002
3.  5.90  1967     3.  1.23  1962
4.  5.87  1993     4.        1987
 5.  5.81  1969     5.  1.30  1945 
6.  5.78  1968     6.  1.31  1982
  7.  4.44  2017     7.  1.36  2019  
8.  4.41  1992     8.  1.38  1942
9.  4.32  1981     9.  1.39  1994
10.  4.27  1933    10.  1.41  2011 
 
The 30 Year Average for summer precipitation = 2.78
The All-Time Average for summer precipitation = 2.76
Records are in inches, April 1932 to present.