While many parts of Oklahoma received healthy doses of rainfall during the past week, Purcell and much of McClain and southern Cleveland County came up high and dry.
Parts of northern Oklahoma received anywhere from an inch of moisture to upwards of five inches.
Norman recorded 1.12” while Purcell has scratched and clawed for .3 of an inch.
According to the Oklahoma Mesonet, Washington recorded .33” of rain and Pauls Valley .29”.
For the year here 26.35” has been recorded but next to nothing for the month of July and into August.
Additional triple-digit days are on the horizon with little or no rain forecast.
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