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Weather Notebook For December 24, 2012

Weather Notebook For December 24, 2012

According to Fulton’s weather observer, the area received 0.01-inch of precipitation on December 23.

The monthly total stands at 5.66 inches.

The total for the year is 43.43 inches.

Fulton received 0.1-inch of snow on December 23.

Total snowfall for this month is 13.0 inches.

For the winter the total is 23.1 inches.

A mix of sun and clouds today; some snow showers developing by tonight.

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