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A northern Utah soaker!
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    "A cold short-wave feature that had been poised over the eastern Pacific for several days moved eastward to the coast of northern California and southern Oregon on October 24, 1989, and into the western Great Basin by 12Z on October 25. Although locally heavy rains resulted from thunderstorms in northern California, rain amounts elsewhere were generally meager, ranging from 0.15 inches in southern Idaho to 0.50 inches locally in central Nevada. However, when this system moved into the eastern Great Basin, the storm underwent cyclogenesis and produced moderate to heavy rains along with embedded thunderstorms"--Introduction.

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