The average amount of rainfall the area typically receives in June is 3.68 inches.
Here is a day-by-day look at the rainfall this month: http://tinyurl.com/y5fq53le
A weather pattern that breeds more rain under the “Death Ridge” is to blame for the sogginess.
June hasn’t been the only rainy, record-setting month in northeast Ohio. This spring was incredibly soggy too with Cleveland.com reporting the last time it’s rained more often was back in 1953 when old weather records show there were 38 days of rain from March 20 through May 13 in 1953.
July is looking to dry up a bit as the heart of summer in getting under way.