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Spotty Moisture Punctuated A Dreadfully Hot July

 

August 4, 2022

Local bees help pollinate a sunflower, grown in solidarity with the people of Ukraine in their stand against the Russian invasion, in the photo below. The hot temperatures of late, including a 102 degree high on August 1, have provided plenty of sun for the growth of well watered flowers.

July of 2022 was a hot month in Southeastern Montana, even when compared to the averages for the area. Rainfall during the month ranged from significantly below average to well above average, depending on the path of storms which dotted the region...



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