We've had our share of unusual weather this summer and Monday was no exception with a high amount of rainfall, especially for the last week of July. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.
While other parts of the country are going through record heatwaves, Sheridan County remains unseasonably cool, and wet. Meteorologist Todd Chambers says that Monday's rainfall was more than we typically get for the entire month of July.
Chambers said that around 9 o'clock Monday night, we received 3/10's of an inch of rain in less than an hour. This latest system could very well produce more rain says Chambers.
Chambers indicated that temps may be about 10 to 15 degrees cooler than average over the next couple of days and well into the weekend.