September 23, 2010 Rainfall Reports

Widespread rain fell over much of the Black Hills region Wednesday, September 23.  Most locations received at least 0.20 inches of rain, with a few measuring over an inch of rain.  Northeastern Wyoming and extreme southwestern South Dakota had less than 0.20 inches.  A list of reports:

South Dakota Stations:
Bison                  1.07
Buffalo                0.51
Camp Crook             0.47
Custer Arpt            0.52 
Faith Arpt             0.56
Hill City              0.37
Cottonwood             0.50
Edgemont               0.13
Hoover                 0.46
Hot Springs            0.69
Badlands Natl Park     0.37
Lead                   0.40
Lemmon                 0.61
Milesville             0.40
Mission                0.21
Mission 14S            0.24
Mount Rushmore         0.78
Oelrichs               0.77
Oglala                 0.76
Opal                   0.64
Oral                   0.90
Pactola                0.33
Philip Arpt            0.53
Pine Ridge Arpt        1.15
Porcupine 11N          0.70
Rapid City Arpt        0.52
Rapid City NWS         0.58
NW Rapid City          0.48
Shadehill              0.61
Spearfish              0.52
Sturgis/Fort Meade     0.33
Wind Cave Natl Park    0.67
Winner Arpt            0.80
 
Wyoming Stations:
Gillette Arpt          0.18
Gillette 4SE           0.13
Upton 14NE             0.21
 
Lemmon has now received 24.46 inches of rain in 2010, which is a new record for greatest annual precipitation.
The previous record was 24.14 inches set in 1982.

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