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It’s been a wet June, but not the wettest just yet. But that could change since we’ve got another 16 days left in June.

The normal June rainfall for Bridgeport is 1.83 inches. But this month, 7.95 inches of rain has fallen.

So far, this June ranks as the fourth wettest June on record. The wettest June was in 1972 when 17.7 inches fell in Bridgeport, according to WXedge.com

This NOAA satellite image taken Friday, June 14, 2013 at 1:45 a.m. EDT shows clouds stretching from New England southward into the southeastern United States associated with a large storm system. Rain and thunderstorms will move southeastward with the cold front from the Carolinas to Gulf states. Rain showers associated with the low pressure system continue across New England.

This NOAA satellite image taken Friday, June 14, 2013 at 1:45 a.m. EDT shows clouds stretching from New England southward into the southeastern United States associated with a large storm system. Rain and thunderstorms will move southeastward with the cold front from the Carolinas to Gulf states. Rain showers associated with the low pressure system continue across New England.

Here are National Weather Service totals from the latest “rain event.”

Prospect     2.72 inches

Danbury      2.25 inches

Meriden       2.18 inches

Bradley airport   2.05 inches

Hartford     1.95 inches

Windham   1.90 inches

Norwalk      1.82 inches

Stratford     1.62 inches

Bridgeport    1.60  inches

Woodbury   1.50 inches

New Haven   1.48 inches

Brookfield    1.16 inches

Naugatuck  1.07 inches

Wallingford    1 inch

New London   .87 of an inch

For a list of other Northeast rainfall totals, click here.

 

 

 

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Jim Shay

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