Widely variable rainfall patterns persist
After the 18th warmest June in 148 years of records, an above normal temperature trend continued into July in most of Iowa. By late in the month, temperatures were averaging from 1 to 4 degrees above normal.
Even though June rainfall averaged close to normal for Iowa, there was wide variability in amounts across the state. A similar trend continued into July, with rainfall at some of the driest locations likely being under an...
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