July 22, 2024

GARNETT — Anderson County has been getting pelted with a lot of rain since the beginning of the new year, and state climatologist Mary Knapp told the Anderson County Review that it isn’t likely to end any time soon. Anderson County saw nearly 14 inches of rain or snow through the end of April. Normal precipitation for the county is 9 inches at the end of April. So far, the county has received nearly four inches in may, well ahead of normal. The wet pattern for southeast Kansas will probably last through the end of June, Knapp said. The summer could be fairly moderate, she said.

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