There are certain measurements, times and events in your life where the term “above average” is looked upon as a good thing.
Scholastic aptitude test results for your kids, miles per gallon for your new car or perhaps even a food critic’s review of your new restaurant…to name just a few.
Rainfall totals for a spring/summer month only 14 days in is not exactly where you want to see the term used so freely. But needless to say, that’s what this June’s precipitation data clearly shows. According to The Weather Channel, we are currently way above average with the recent Tropical Storm Andrea on June 7th having a hand in drenching the doppler quicker than expected.
The sun was just spotted peeking out from a cloud, but there are still a few showers lingering in the forecast over the next 4 days. Here are some quick covers to keep you looking above average instead of under the weather.
Navy Stripe Welly Print Rain Boots from Joules @ www.joulesusa.com
Original British Rain Boots from Hunter @ Walin & Wolff in Westport, New Canaan, Shooze in Greenwich, Hawley Lane in Norwalk, Stamford
Aspelin Rain Boot from Tretorn @ Nordstrom in Farmington and www.nordstrom.com
Ziz Fish Rain Boot @ Target in Stamford, Trumbull, North Haven and www.target.com
Heeled Rain Boots from Deena & Ozzy @ Urban Outfitters in Greenwich, Westport, New Haven
Ferndown Jacket from Barbour @ J Crew in New Canaan, Fairfield, Stamford, Westport, www.jcrew.com, Orvis in Darien
Pop Art Check Umbrella from Kate Spade @ Kate Spade in Greenwich, Westport, Lord & Taylor in Stamford, Trumbull
Bubble Umbrella from Totes @ Macy’s in Stamford, www.macys.com, Walmart in Norwalk, Stratford, Danbury
Titanium Enhanced Auto Open/Close Umbrella from Victorinox @ Luggage Planet in Norwalk, Silver of Westport, Taylors in New Canaan, Wagners in Stamford
Rain Jacket from Guardian Gear @ www.amazon.com