Public Information Statement
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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
152 PM MDT FRI AUG 28 2015


...RAINFALL FOR THIS SUMMER...

WITH NO ADDITIONAL RAINFALL IN AUGUST, THIS WOULD BE THE 8TH DRIEST
SUMMER OF RECORD AT GREAT FALLS (JUNE-AUGUST). SEVERAL OTHER
LOCATIONS RANK IN THE 12TH TO 14TH DRIEST RANGE.

FOLLOWING IS A TABLE SHOWING THE CURRENT PRECIPITATION AND RANKING
OF THE SUMMER PERIOD FOR CITIES ACROSS SOUTHWEST AND NORTH CENTRAL
MONTANA.

CITY        JUN-AUG PCPN   RANK         NORMAL         DRIEST SINCE
BOZEMAN         3.03       12TH DRIEST   4.66           2012
CUT BANK        2.75       14TH DRIEST   4.99           2007
GREAT FALLS     2.23        8TH DRIEST   5.60           2011
HAVRE           4.43       54TH DRIEST   4.94           2012
HELENA          2.03       14TH DRIEST   4.45           2011
LEWISTOWN       4.37       14TH DRIEST   6.74           2003
W YELLOWSTONE   4.87       52ND DRIEST   5.05           2013


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