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Phoenix sets June 5 rainfall record with a measly .01 inch

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 PHOENIX (AP) - It didn't take much rain to set a record in Phoenix.
    
The National Weather Service says the .01 inch of rain recorded at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport by 7 a.m. Friday was the largest amount for June 5.
    
There has not been any precipitation recorded previously on the date in the desert city.
    
June is normally dry in Phoenix, but a thunderstorm with moisture from remnants of Tropical Storm Andres provided a bit of a change.
    
"We've now got #RainOnThe5thOfJune. Officially measuring 0.01" at Sky Harbor. Record broke," the weather service office said in a Twitter post.

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