Area weather history for August 13-19

Aug 13: Very heavy rain fell around Kimball, Nebraska on this day in 1989, with 2.32
               inches recorded just north of town.
 
Aug 14: A severe thunderstorm produced hail from 1 to 3 inches in diameter in and
               around Albin, Wyoming on this day in 1996 with about 60 thousand in damage.
 
               Cheyenne recorded the last of 8 consecutive days with at least a tenth of an inch
               of rain on this day in 1930, equaling the record set in 1927.  
 
Aug 15: Thunderstorms produced an estimated 4 to 6 inches of rainfall west of Cheyenne
               near Federal, WY on this day in 2000, which flooded parts of Happy Jack Road.
 
               1.27 inches of rain fell in Chadron, Nebraska on this day in 1927.   
 
Aug 16: A slow moving thunderstorm produced heavy rain over the southern portion of
               Cheyenne on this day in 1997. Some intersections in south Cheyenne were
               flooded with 2 to 3 feet of water.
 
Aug 17: On this day in 2003 Chadron, Nebraska recorded its last of 26 consecutive days
               with a high temperature of at least 90 degrees, equal to the longest streak which
               recently ended on August 3, 2012.
 
Aug 18: A severe thunderstorm produced hail up to 1 inch in diameter over the east part of
               Cheyenne on this day in 1993, while Rawlins, Wyoming was deluged with 1.27
               inches of rain on this day in 1977. 
 
Aug 19: Thunderstorms brought a generous 1.82 inches of rain to Chadron on this day in
               1979.


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