Precipitation numbers from the National Weather Service, updated today has this March as number three on the list now for rainiest month ever with 3.31 inches of precipitation.
If the extended forecast is right and every indication says it is, we will get at least another inch, the record will be broken and March of 2012 will be in the record book.
This current rain and some snow melt off has resulted in some flooding of the Palouse river south by Potlatch, also other flood prone areas. The snow pack is the good news, this will insure a good amount of water for the aquifer this coming summer. If we don't melt it off to fast.
One more week of this and we will see a break, hang in there, we do need the moisture.
Video Courtesy: Washington State University - Rising waters closed a pedestrian bridge through downtown Pullman. Check out WSU New's interview with Ross Henning who launched his kayak into the same water.