By GARY McMANUS
Three soaking storm systems brought much needed precipitation to the state, ending a run of up to 78 days without significant moisture for much of northern and western Oklahoma.
Like last year at this time, the winter wheat crop was clamoring for a good drink of water, and fire danger was increasing with each dry, windy day. Between the three storms, virtually all areas of the state saw relief by the end of the month.
The most significant storm struck just after Christmas Day and dumped 1-3 inches of rain across a good portion of the state. The western half of the Oklahoma Panhandle saw an old fashioned High Plains blizzard on the back end of the storm.
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