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Driest Ever February In Grass Valley

Although it didn’t turn out to be a completely-dry February for Grass Valley, it was still record-setting. National Weather Service Meteorologist Erik Kurtis says a trace was officially recorded, which is less than one one-hundredth of an inch. The previous record was 38-hundredths of an inch in February of 1988…

click to listen to Erik Kurtis

Kurtis says a so-called “artic oscillation” might also be shifting storm patterns further north. Meanwhile, some showers are predicted this weekend, but he says it likely won’t mean major amounts…

click to listen to Erik Kurtis

But Kurtis says it should mean the first measurable rain in Grass Valley since January 29th.

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