At 9.28 inches of rain by 5 p.m. Monday and no more on the local radar, the Akron-Canton area has achieved the second-wettest June in recorded history.
The previous No. 2 was 8.42 inches, set in 1989, and the record remains at 11.12, set 90 years ago.
The Akron-Canton reporting station for the National Weather Service also shows the area to be about 30 percent, or 6.35 inches, ahead of normal precipitation so far this year.
To date, the area has received 25.91 inches of precipitation, which includes a snowfall season that was nearly 50 percent above normal.
The weather service forecast for the first three days of July: 60 percent chance of rain today and slight chance Wednesday and Thursday.