The Baltimore Sun's Voter Guide 2016

Will July have normal rainfall?

Maryland could be on tract to have normal rainfall for the month of July after six consecutive months of below-normal rainfall. As of Friday afternoon, Maryland has received 3.24 inches. Normal for the month is 4.07 inches. Maryland has had 16.62 inches since Jan. 1 with a deficit of 7.27 inches below normal. Dry areas of the state should get some relief with more thunderstorms in the forecast for today and above-normal precipitation predicted for the beginning of August by the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center.

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