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If you are still in a drought you might not want to read this. It will only make you frustrated.

In this area we have had 7 count them 7 non rainy days this month. We are up to 40" of rain and there is no end in sight. Typically they are not heavy rains (except the flood during the New Year) but a quarter of an inch here and a half an inch there...and cold. However the sum total has left us soggy and bewildered and almost continually overcast. Nothings drying the sun makes very brief appearances and my plants aren't growing. IT'S DRIVING ME MAD!

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