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By Elizabeth Tanner—
Garza County has seen a rather “showery” start to summer, getting its fair share of thunderstorms throughout the end June and beginning of July for an accumulated 14.34 inches of rain in 2020.
According to data recorded by the Texas Tech University West Texas Mesonet, 2020 has been the wettest year for Garza County in half a decade. The last time the county recorded this much rain was in 2015 with an accumulated 22.84 inches by the end of July.
On average, Garza County receives 21.92 inches of rain per year.
According to the Farmer’s Almanac, zone 5 residents, which includes those of Garza County, can expect even more showers closing out the end of summer and even through the end of the year.