New Jersey Rains

New Jersey received more precipitation in 2018 than in any other year since record keeping began in 1895, the state climatologist announced Wednesday. A downpour on Friday pushed 2018 into the record books with a statewide average of 64.09 inches of precipitation. Monmouth County received 70 inches of rain.
In 2019, the majority of counties have received above-average rainfall. Monmouth County had received nearly 21 inches of rain as of May 15th.
The rain has contributed to high pollen counts this season as well. Monmouth County’s pollen count has ranged from medium-high to high, 8.5 – 10.6.

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