This month Valley's 7th-wettest on record


It was a soggy June, the seventh-wettest on record for the Mahoning Valley – and we’re finishing the month and starting July with a heat wave.

In June, 6.14 inches of rain fell, according to the National Weather Service, which has local weather data dating to 1897.

The Valley had at least a trace of rain on 18 of the month’s 30 days – there’s no rain predicted for today – with at least a half-inch falling on six days.

The wettest day of the month was June 1 when 0.94 of an inch of rain fell, with June 23 being the second-wettest with 0.83 of an inch of rain.

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