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Spring has been cold and wet but Kathie Dello at the Oregon Climate Service says it's not a record setter. While it rained more in April than January, it was only the second wettest spring on record with 14.39 inches. It missed tying the record from 1997 by just a few raindrops.   The cold and wet spring was caused by La Nina conditions in the Pacific, and it doesn't mean the summer will be the same. Current long range forecasts predict the summer might be slightly drier than normal.

 

 

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