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January Frebuary March April May June
X Dry June
X Dry June
X Dry July
X Hot Dry July
X Hot V Dry July
X Hot X Dry July
July August September October November December
X Hot X Dry July
X Hot Dry July
X Hot Dry July
X Hot Dry July
X Dry July
V Dry July

Explanation of the X and V abbreviations
X means extreme
Refers to an average for the location beyond anything ever experienced in the Twin Cities: except in some cases, where it denotes dryness to the point of complete absence or vitual absence of any rain at all.

V means very
Refers to an average condition for the location similar to the record or near-record reaking condition experienced in the Twin Cities.
Normals For The Twin Cities For Comparisons
Month High Tf/Tc Low Tf/Tc P in P m Month High Tf/Tc Low Tf/Tc P in P m
Jan
20/-7
2/-17
.87
22
July
83/28
58/14
3.42
87
Feb
26/-3.3
9/-13
.83
22
Aug
81/27
60/16
3.29
84
March
38/3
21/-6
1.42
36
Sept
64/18
50/10
3.06
78
April
56/13
36/2
2.17
55
Oct
60/16
39/4
1.9
48
May
69/21
48/9
3.34
85
Nov
41/5
25/-4
1.38
35
June
79/26
58/14
4.07
103
Dec
27/-3
12/-11
.94
24

Tf - Average Monthly temperature, Degrees Fahrenheit
Tc - Average Monthly temperature, Degrees Celsius
P in - Average Monthly precipitaion, inches
P m - Average Monthly precipitaion, millimeteres

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