The flood issues across the East have led to several records being broken, including Baltimore, Maryland’s wettest month on record.
Now, several cities in central Pennsylvania, including the state’s capital, are at their wettest Julys on record as well – with several days left in the month to add to these excessive rainfall totals. Harrisburg, State College and Williamsport have all seen their wettest Julys on record so far this month, with more rain likely to add to these numbers.
The same pattern that’s kept the East dreary and locked in with tropical downpours for much of the last 10 days or so is also poised to keep the same areas soggy through Thursday and perhaps Friday. After a break this weekend, a similar pattern will return next week – which could enhance existing flood concerns. Take a look at some of these ridiculous rain totals from parts of the East Coast in just the last four-to-five days:
Stay with WeatherNation for the latest on the flooding across the East.
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Chris Bianchi
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