July and August are the two months out of the year when the people of Prescott get the most amounts of liquid from the sky.
Since May 1st of 1898 someone has been keeping a record as to how much rain we get each month.
Our average rain amounts for the month of July for the past 100 plus years is, 2.90 inches of the wet stuff.
Because we only get 19.04 inches anually it is kind of a big deal for us here in this part of the country to get a good rain.
I think we got most of our July amounts of H2o these last two days.
While out in the out skirts of town I grabbed this pic of a great gift to the Southwest – H20.