More May, Please?

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DETROIT LAKES, MN--Spring was essentially a drive-by but summer visited stayed in May. Weather statistics for the fifth month have been compiled by Leighton Broadcasting's Charlie Newland. May was the first month of no recorded snow for 2018. May was the first month of no recorded snow for 2018. There were nine days of rain. The most rainfall recorded was 28-hundredths of an inch on May 1st. The precipitation total for May was 84-hundredths of an inch. The total precipitation for 2018 through May is 4.17 inches. May 1st was this year's official ice-off-Detroit-Lake day. The average daily high temperature for May was 75-degrees. The warmest high was 91 degrees on May 26th and 27th. There were three days in the 90's and six days in the 80's. The coolest daytime high temperature was 44-degrees on May 2nd. The average overnight low was 46-degrees. The coolest overnight low was 33-degrees on May 2nd and 3rd. The warmest overnight low was 69-degrees on May 29th. May was the first month of no recorded snow for 2018. There were nine days of rain. The most rainfall recorded was 28-hundredths of an inch on May 1st. The precipitation total for May was 84-hundredths of an inch. The total precipitation for 2018 through May is 4.17 inches. The average daily high temperature for May was 75-degrees. The warmest high was 91 degrees on May 26th and 27th. There were three days in the 90's and six days in the 80's. The coolest daytime high temperature was 44-degrees on May 2nd. The average overnight low was 46-degrees. The coolest overnight low was 33-degrees on May 2nd and 3rd. The warmest overnight low was 69-degrees on May 29th.

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