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Weather Notebook For February 12, 2014

Weather Notebook For February 12, 2014

According to Fulton’s weather observer, the area received 0.25-inch of precipitation on February 11.

The monthly total is 1.65 inches.

The total for the year is 4.23 inches.

Fulton received 6.4 inches of snow on February 11.

Total snowfall for the month is 29.4 inches.

For the winter the total stands at 127.3 inches.

Clear and cold tonight. Increasing clouds late. Low zero to 10.

Increasing clouds with a chance of snow flurries Thursday. High 30.

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