Another day, another large amount of rainfall.
Seems weird to say that in Phoenix, but that's been the case this year in October.
The remnants of former Hurricane Rosa helped push October 2018 to the top of the list for wettest Octobers in Phoenix. That storm broke a lot of Phoenix weather records.
But it wasn't just Rosa, another wet system in the middle of the month pushed those October rain gauges over the top.
Following Tuesday's rain, October 2018 is not only the wettest October on record in Phoenix with 5.35 inches of rain, it's also the third wettest month overall and just 0.07 inches from taking over the second spot.
The second wettest month on record in Phoenix belongs to September in 1939 with 5.41 inches of rain. The wettest month ever is July 1911 with 6.47 inches of rain.
But will October 2018 become the second wettest month ever?
High pressure is going to take over for the rest of the week bringing a dry weather pattern into the weekend. Temperatures will shoot back up close to 90 degrees. So as for rain, it doesn't appear any is going to fall anytime before Halloween.