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Rain adds up for June

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June was a very wet month for the Toledo metro area or anywhere close to the Ohio/Michigan border. More than 7.5" of rain fell in Sylvania. Nearly 7" fell in Adrian, 6.35" was the official monthly rain total at the Toledo airport. Rain totals were much lower for the southern half of the viewing area. Findlay had just over 4.5". Defiance was slightly below normal in rain for the month at 3.74". Lima was about an inch below average at only 2.96".

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