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2013 Precipitation Records

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After a dry 2012, the majority of North Dakota has seen a reverse trend in precipitation for 2013.

Some of the state saw rain totals at 30 to 35 inches or more.

This is nearly 16 inches above normal.

The National Weather Service in Bismarck says our wettest months were May, September, and October.

"We have been in that, you know, heavier precipitation pattern so far but hopefully we'll see things go more towards average for the winter season and then we'll start seeing where that leads us towards the flood season later on in the spring," says Corey King, Emergency Response Specialist, NWS Bismarck.

It was also a top 10 wettest October for Bismarck, Williston, Jamestown, Dickinson, and Minot.

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