We are less than halfway through the month of June, and the Twin Lakes Area has again gone over the average rainfall for the month. At KTLO, Classic Hits and The Boot, the official reporting stations for Mountain Home for the National Weather Service, 4.67 inches of rain have fallen in June as of Sunday. The average rainfall for the entire month is 3.99 inches, and so far, we have a surplus of .68 of an inch.
When June comes to an end, it will be the fifth out of six months in 2019 we have been above normal in rainfall. For the year today, 35.88 inches of rain have fallen. The average through the first six months of the year is 23.19, meaning we are 12.69 inches ahead of normal.
The wettest June on record was 15.04 inches of rain in 1928.
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