Soggy streak of weather ends, dry one begins

NOW: Soggy streak of weather ends, dry one begins

We just finished going through one of the wettest stretches of weather this year and now we could be going into one of the most dry streaks of weather. Starting last Saturday, September 5, we had eight straight days of at least a trace or sprinkle of rain. Last Tuesday was the wettest of those days with over an inch of rain but most days just saw light scattered showers. 

The eight straight days of rain ties another eight day streak back in January for the wettest stretches of weather this year. The soggy stretch back in January had both rain and snow. 

We are almost halfway through the month of September and are currently sitting at 2.15" of rain which is exactly 0.80" above the monthly average but below last September's numbers which were very wet.

Sunday was our first completely dry day in a while and kicks off another dry streak. The next three days look completely dry with 0% chance for rain. A cold front will move through Wednesday night but at this point all the weather models have it passing through dry. Right now there aren't any rain chances good enough in the entire 10-day to put a chance for rain on there.

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