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Schoharie In Line for Dry, Warm Weather (June 4, 2014)

Written By Editor on 6/4/14 | 6/4/14


After facing an onslaught of severe weather Tuesday afternoon that brought lightning, hail, and a flash flood warning to the region, Schoharie County is settling down for a quieter forecast the next seven days with predominantly warm temperatures and low chance of precipitation. 

Graphic credit: WNYT
Rainfall is possible both Thursday and Friday, but the weekend is shaping up to a beautiful sunfest that will keep highs in the low to mid eighties. Despite the storm yesterday, it was primarily a beautiful day that only turned ugly towards the latter part of the afternoon and cleared soon afterwards. 

According to WNYT's weather almanac, the area has received approximately 13.8 inches of rain thus far this year, which is roughly 1.37 inches below average levels of precipitation for early June. Not that it is particularly concerning at this time, but definitely something worth observing closely. 
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