October 2013 Ranks As The 18th Wettest October On Record

PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH TOTALED TO BE WELL ABOVE NORMAL...COMING
IN AS THE 18TH WETTEST OCTOBER ON RECORD. ABOUT A THIRD OF IT...1.35
INCHES...FELL ON THE 30TH IN ASSOCIATION WITH A STRONG AND SLOW
MOVING STORM SYSTEM. THIS BROKE THE RECORD FOR THE MOST
PRECIPITATION TO FALL ON THAT DAY. MODERATE TO HEAVY RAINS FROM THIS
SYSTEM ALSO FELL ON THE 29TH AND 31ST. THE OTHER SIGNIFICANT RAINS
FELL ON THE 3RD AND 4TH AS A COLD FRONT STALLED OVER NORTHERN
KANSAS. WINTRY WEATHER MADE AN APPEARANCE AS ANOTHER STORM SYSTEM
MOVED IN DURING THE MORNING HOURS OF THE 18TH. PRECIPITATION STARTED
AS RAIN BUT COLD AIR WITH THE SYSTEM CAUSED TEMPERATURES TO FALL
INTO THE UPPER 30S AND SOME SNOW AND ICE PELLETS MIXED IN WITH THE
RAIN.


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