Precipitation returns after hot dry months
November 12, 2020
COLFAX — November already delivered higher than average precipitation, surpassing October’s surplus.
October was the first month to be more than average since June.
One inch of rain was recorded in 24 hours on Nov. 5 at the Natural Resource Conservation District weather station.
It’s a strong start toward the historical average of 2.68 inches for the month. Friday added 0.25 inch of rain. Weekend snow accumulation brought 0.10 inches of water. NRCS technician Dave Weber reported 0.07 inches of moisture was in the snow from Monday night.
The soggy start to November follows October br...