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If you are feeling a little damp lately and wishing the afternoon thunderstorms would go away, well, you have good reason.
That's because the 16.72 inches of rain measured in July by the National Weather Service's Chiefland rain gauge ranks it No. 7 in the list of the Top 10 wettest months. We have not had such a wet month since August 1985 when 16.59 inches fell in Chiefland.
But it is well short of the No. 1 month for rain, which was September 2004, when a memorable hurricane and tropical storm season dumped 21.39 inches in the area.
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