Saw on the news and on Wunderground that folks to the north of us on the East Coast (Maryland, Pennsylvania) are taking a hit with all this rain.
Parts of the interior mid-Atlantic have been swamped with over since the weekend, according to NOAA's Weather Prediction Center, prompting numerous water rescues and some evacuations.
The since Saturday is 16.55 inches near Dunkirk, Maryland.
Baltimore had received 15.04 inches of rainfall month-to-date through Tuesday, making it not only the wettest July on record, but also the second-wettest month on record for the city.
And as always, it's feast or famine … folks on the West Coast would love some rain to cool things off.
Seattle typically enjoys the Puget Sound's cooling influence in summer, so there is not a high demand for air conditioning most of the time. Average daily high temperatures in Seattle during July are in the mid-70s.
This month has been an exception, with the average monthly temperature through July 24 ranking as the behind 2015.
I've been in the path of bad storms several times, sometimes better prepared than others. I've learned a lot about prepping ahead of severe weather from other members of this community.
AAFA has a great blog post with .
Have you been affected by severe weather? Let us know how you're doing!