June rains put roads, crops under water

RANDOLPH — Area residents fears of a dry June quickly were drowned out by several heavy rains this month.

Once the skies started to open up here in June, it seems the rain never stopped.

According to statistics from the High Plains Regional Climate Center, Randolph typically averages 4.40 inches of precipitation in June each year.


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