New Jersey is definitely a "weird" state when it comes to weather. We could have temperatures in the 60's around Christmas, and we could ALSO have temperatures in the 60's the first-week of June. You never know what you are going to get in New Jersey when it comes to weather.

There could be 1 foot of snow in Monmouth County during a given snowstorm, but in Ocean County, we might barely get an inch or two.

Look at the weather we are dealing with currently. It hasn't rained since late last week, and the forecast looks as though we won't see any rain until who knows when.

But according to data, New Jersey is one of the rainiest states in the United States during the Summer months

The website Current Results wrote an article about rainfall throughout the country and New Jersey is up on the list:

During summer, the country's rainiest weather creeps northward into Iowa, West Virginia and New Jersey. While in fall and winter, the northern coastal states of Washington, Massachusetts and Rhode Island join the list of ten rainiest states.

The report reads that Hawaii gets the most rain year-round, while Florida gets the most rain during the Summer. New Jersey ranks 10th in Summer rain.

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