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Full of rain

Rumbling storms dumped rain and hail in the Jamestown area.

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This rain guage in northeast Jamestown shows nearly 2.5 inches of rain that fell Monday into Tuesday. The orange marigold flowers escaped the rapture of hail that hit in the area. John M. Steiner / The Sun
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