- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 5, 2016

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Much of New Mexico remains abnormally dry or under moderate drought.

But one area saw record rainfall last month.

The National Weather Service says Clines Corner sets a June record with 5.09 inches of rain. The central New Mexico unincorporated community in Torrance County sees on average around 1.3 inches of rain in June.

Most New Mexico cities saw below average rainfall last month. For example, Albuquerque saw only .17 inches when the city usually sees around .66.

Raton received 1.21 inches and typically gets around 2.28.



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