It was a rainy Friday in the Quinte region, but not quite rainy enough to set a record.
40.1 millimetres of rain was accumulated yesterday as measured at CFB Trenton
The record for a June 23 in this area is 45.2 millimetres set back in 1950.
In the past 2 days (Thursday and Friday), we’ve received over 53 mm of rain, or over 2 inches in the region.
With about a week left in the month, we’ve already received well above the normal amount of rain for the month of June.
So far, around 110 millimetres of rain has fallen in the Quinte region.
The average amount for a June is 78 millimetres.