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Station: SC-CF-4 - Mount Croghan 0.5 SSW        Date of first observation: December 29, 2013
Station type: CoCoRaHS - what is this?        
City, State: Mount Croghan, SC      County: Chesterfield County
Latitude: 34.7633°      Longitude: -80.2293°
Elevation: 403 feet above sea level You may select another station if you wish:

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This station is no longer active and no longer records any parameters
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Latest observation was December 31, 1969 19:00


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The first observation for this station is December 29, 2013
The most recent observation for this station is August 31, 2014

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