Widespread precipitation falls over the Black Hills region

October 25 - A storm brought beneficial moisture to much of the Black Hills region on Wednesday, October 24, with many locations receiving two to six tenths of an inch of precipitation and some places measuring over three-quarters of an inch of moisture. Several inches of snow fell over the Black Hills. Reports from the region include:

Location             Precipitation
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2 N ARDMORE     0.77
BADLANDS NAT'L PARK  0.87
1 N BUFFALO        0.01
CAMP CROOK TRACE 
COTTONWOOD    0.52
CUSTER AIRPORT      0.47
EDGEMONT     0.69
FAITH AIRPORT  0.02
FORT MEADE     0.27
4 SE GILLETTE 0.03
GILLETTE AIRPORT    TRACE
HILL CITY     0.57
HOOVER  0.08
HOT SPRINGS   0.57
HULETT  0.30
2 E KYLE 0.52
LEAD   0.30
LONG VALLEY   0.35
MILESVILLE  0.25
MOUNT RUSHMORE 0.48
NEWCASTLE    0.42
OGLALA 0.40
OPAL    0.16
ORAL   0.62
PHILIP AIRPORT 0.49
1 NW PIEDMONT 0.49
PINE RIDGE AIRPORT   0.44
RAPID CITY AIRPORT  0.32
RAPID CITY NWS   0.32
4 NW RAPID CITY 0.42
RED OWL   0.38
SPEARFISH 0.31
14 NE UPTON 0.34
WASTA 0.48
WIND CAVE NAT'L PARK 0.43
WINNER 0.30
Snowfall  Location
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5.0 2 SSE DEERFIELD RESERVOIR
4.2 LEAD
4.0 5 NNW DOWNTOWN CUSTER
4.0 5 NNE FOUR CORNERS
3.5 WINNER
3.0 1 SSE DEERFIELD RESERVOIR
2.0 OGLALA
2.3 2 N ARDMORE
2.0 SPEARFISH
2.0 NEMO
2.0 HILL CITY
2.0 2 SE HILL CITY
2.0 2 E KYLE
2.0 DEADWOOD
2.0 MANDERSON
1.5 STURGIS
1.5 FORT MEADE
1.5 MOUNT RUSHMORE
1.5 14 NE UPTON
1.0 EDGEMONT
1.0 4 NE DOWNTOWN NEWCASTLE
1.0 10 SE HULETT
1.0 KYLE
 


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