MILWAUKEE (AP) -- It's official: most of June was wet in Madison and Milwaukee.
According to the National Weather Service, Madison had about 9 and 1/2 inches of rain last month, which ranks as the fifth most on record. The record is nearly 11 inches in 2008.
Milwaukee received more than 6 inches, which ranks at 14th. The most was over 12 inches in 2008.
As far as the actual number of days it rained, Milwaukee tied with 1969 with 20 days of at least a trace of rain. Madison also had 20 days of at least a trace of rain in June, which was the second most since the weather service started keeping records.
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