With a boost from Tropical Storm Isaac, it proved to be a very wet summer for South Florida
The National Weather Service reported Monday that it was a soggier-than-normal summer across much of the region and the rainy pattern is expected to continue through much of the week.
West Palm Beach set an all-time mark for the rainiest June-to-August, with 40.34 inches. That beat a previous record of 36.25 inches going back to 1901. In August alone thanks to Isaac West Palm Beach saw 22 inches of rain, the wettest August on record for that county.
The weather services Miami office also reported summer rankings for other areas:
Miami: 37.40 inches, fourth wettest.
The Redland: 37.93 inches, third wettest.
Fort Lauderdale: 27.10 inches, 20th wettest.
Miami Beach: 20.74 inches, 17th wettest.