Are you sick of the watery weather? It seems like the rain has been largely nonstop since June 1 in New Jersey. Indeed, it’s raining right now, with a flood advisory in Ocean County, according to the National Weather Service. Earlier today, we were within 2 inches of the New Jersey record for June – 8.61 inches, on average statewide, in 2003 – "but not all that close at this time," according to an email from David A. Robinson, the New Jersey state climatologist at Rutgers University. Some sites in Monmouth and Ocean counties had received between 9 and 10 inches of rain this month, according to Robinson. Belmar had received 10.71 inches and Brick, 9.81 inches.
/ / / June rain triples the norm in much of N.J.