Dry July

...SIOUX FALLS ON TARGET FOR DRIEST JULY EVER...

THROUGH JULY 23RD...THE SIOUX FALLS AIRPORT HAD RECEIVED ONLY 0.04
INCHES OF RAIN. THE RECORD DRIEST JULY WAS 1947...WHERE 0.25 INCHES
OF RAIN FELL.

THROUGH JULY 23RD...THE HURON AIRPORT HAD RECEIVED ONLY 0.21 INCHES
OF RAIN. THE DRIEST JULY EVER WAS 0.15 INCHES IN 1932...WITH THE 2ND
DRIEST 0.23 INCHES IN 1894.

THROUGH JULY 23RD...THE SIOUX CITY AIRPORT HAD RECEIVED ONLY 0.35
INCHES OF RAIN. THE DRIEST JULY EVER WAS 0.18 INCHES IN 1936...WITH
THE 2ND DRIEST 0.41 INCHES IN 1947 AND 1985.

THROUGH JULY 23RD...SPENCER IOWA HAD RECEIVED ONLY 0.04 INCHES OF RAIN.
THE DRIEST JULY EVER WAS 0.17 INCHES IN 1959.

WITH 7 DAYS LEFT IN THE MONTH THERE STILL REMAINS A CHANCE FOR
ADDITIONAL RAINFALL...ESPECIALLY DURING THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK. IF
LITTLE OR NO MORE RAIN FALLS AT ANY OF THESE LOCATIONS...SIOUX
FALLS AND SPENCER IOWA WILL SEE THE DRIEST JULY ON RECORD WHILE
SIOUX CITY AND HURON WILL SEE THE 2ND DRIEST JULY ON RECORD.



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