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Lots of water, but no record

Spring is sneaking up on us and it’s a lot wetter out there than it was just two days ago.
Yesterday’s (Sunday) soggy weather brought us just over 20 millimetres of rain and although that’s a decent
soaking it was nowhere near a record.
The record rainfall in the Quinte region, as measured at CFB Trenton, for a March 10 is 33 mm.
That deluge dropped 66 years ago in 1952.

 

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