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July 15, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
Days of heavy rains in the Eastern part of the nation caused rivers and streams to overflow. But residents in the Plains awoke to record cool weather in the middle of a month known for its often-wilting heat. Temperatures dropped to unseasonable levels for the date during the morning across much of the Plains and Mississippi Valley, tying or breaking records in at least 24 cities in Colorado, Iowa, Texas, Kansas, Louisiana and Nebraska. Marquette, Mich., had a temperature of 43.
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May 13, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Rain fell in some states along the Eastern seaboard for the 12th and 13th consecutive day, the National Weather Service reported. But hopes that the drenching would stop rose as drier, slightly cooler air slipped in from the Northeast and the rain tapered off. Showers soaked Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and New Jersey, and New York recorded its 13th consecutive rainy day. After four days of rain in New Jersey, flood waters began to recede, although some people remained out of their homes.
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May 13, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Rain fell in some states along the Eastern seaboard for the 12th and 13th consecutive day, the National Weather Service reported. But hopes that the drenching would stop rose as drier, slightly cooler air slipped in from the Northeast and the rain tapered off. Showers soaked Maryland, Virginia, Delaware and New Jersey, and New York recorded its 13th consecutive rainy day. After four days of rain in New Jersey, flood waters began to recede, although some people remained out of their homes.
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July 15, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
Days of heavy rains in the Eastern part of the nation caused rivers and streams to overflow. But residents in the Plains awoke to record cool weather in the middle of a month known for its often-wilting heat. Temperatures dropped to unseasonable levels for the date during the morning across much of the Plains and Mississippi Valley, tying or breaking records in at least 24 cities in Colorado, Iowa, Texas, Kansas, Louisiana and Nebraska. Marquette, Mich., had a temperature of 43.
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