ATLANTA, Ga. -- Welcome to the unofficial end of summer. In keeping with the theme of the rest of the summer, this Labor Day is wet and dreary.
We are bringing this summer to a close, compliments of some numbers from the National Weather Service.
This was the 4th wettest June/July/August on record since measuring began. We are going back 130 years.
We had almost 27 inches of rain the past three months. That doesn't include the rain this weekend or today.
A lot of you complained this was a bad pool summer.
So temperature wise, this was the 56th coolest summer on record.
The average temperature was 77.5. (That's not the average high. It's the overall average temperature). That's a few degrees lower than normal.
It is the coolest summer we've had in a decade.
And the National Weather Service shared its three month outlook with us.
We have an equal chance of above normal and below normal rainfall and temperatures.
So a 50/50 chance of too much or not enough rain.