09/05/2006: "Under the weather..."
From Tony Carroll at the Juneau Empire:
"If a typical day in Juneau includes some rain, the past five months have been typical enough to set a weather record.
Measurable precipitation was recorded on 109 of 153 days from April through August, surpassing the record of 106 days set in the soggy spring and summer of 1973, according to Michael Mitchell, a forecaster for the National Weather Service in Juneau.
He doesn't see a dry day coming anytime soon."