Rainfall Update

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There’s still a chance that Fort St. John’s May rainfall total will reach the monthly norm.

We received 14 point six millimeters yesterday and, that raised the monthly total this year to 32 point two.

That is only three point three millimeters short of the May average and, the weather network predicts we’ll get one to three millimeters today.

However, it would still be short of the May precipitation average for this region.

It is given as 39 point seven millimeters, and includes about 4 centimeters of snow, in the month May, which we didn’t get this year.

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