We had a discussion in the office today about rain. Some feel it has been doing nothing but rain here in Delaware and we are just getting into the infamous APRIL SHOWERS! But here's the (real) scoop on rainfall here:
The region has seen one of the driest first three months of the year in 137 years of record keeping. It can turn around with a surge of precipitation in April and May. -According the Delaware River Journal.
Alternate rainy and sunny days are just what is needed for a glorious spring and drought free summer.
So welcome those April Showers (to get the May flowers etc., etc.).