Baltimore Area Sees Wettest September On Record

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — According to Bob Turk, Baltimore has seen its wettest September on record.

So far this month, the Baltimore area has gotten 12.78 inches of rain. The average is 3.31 inches, an excess of 9.47 inches.

The previous record was 12.41 inches, which was in 1934.

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