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THE RECENT RAINS SHOULD EASE CONCERNS ABOUT DRY CONDITIONS IN ILLINOIS.

THE TWO DAYS OF STEADY RAIN HIT MOST OF THE STATE SAYS CLIMATOLOGIST JIM ANGEL.

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THE HIGHEST AMOUNT OF RAIN WAS RECORDED IN WHITE HALL, ILLINOIS…AT NEARLY FOUR INCHES. ANGEL SAYS WE DIDN’T SET ANY RECORDS…AND THAT THESE SLOW MOVING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEMS ARE FAIRLY COMMON IN THE FALL.

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ANGEL SAYS SLOW MOVING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEMS ARE PRETTY COMMON FOR NOVEMBER…AND THIS LAST ONE DUMPED ABOUT TWO TO NEARLY FOUR INCHES OF RAIN ON ILLINOIS.

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