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Earthquakes, even a New Madrid event, should not threaten this part of the country.
Grasshoppers were a severe menace in 18 but after 1880 the sieges they laid lifted.
In the immediate vicinity of Primghar the topsoils and subsoils are silty clay loam.
(Galva, Marcus, Primghar, and Sac soils by name.) Clay loam glacial till is at a depth of 30 to 60 inches in most places.
Rain is seldom a disaster but in early July, 1935, nine inches of rain overnight washed out the concrete bridge six miles south of Primghar. On Oct 31, 1902 fire took all the buildings on the south side of the square.
By ordinance, all structures around the square must now be fireproof.
Barley was still grown and many farms raised flax making fields "sea blue when in bloom."" Wheat and rye were no longer raised in the vicinity. The average temperatures are: Spring 46 degrees, Summer 70 degrees, Fall 48 degrees, and Winter 18 degrees. Record high temperature was degrees in xxxx; record low was degrees in xxxx.