On a recent evening, the city was awash in rain.
But when it comes to the weather in the capital, many of us were looking for a bit of rain.
The city is one of the driest in the country, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.
The National Weather Service in Washington, D.C., also reports the rain has been falling for nearly every day since Wednesday.
But what does that mean for you?
Here are a few key things to know about how much rain we are getting in Washington.1.
It’s been a record-setting week for rain in the District: In the first nine days of the year, the District recorded 6,531.2.
There has been a significant drop in average annual rainfall from last year, according the National Weather Services: The amount of rain recorded in the past nine days was lower than the total amount of rainfall that occurred during the past 10 years, according a report from the D.F.D.3.
Washington has experienced its driest July in 50 years, with an average of 2.5 inches of rain per day for the past two weeks.4.
The District also recorded its highest average annual precipitation during the summer months, with more than 3 inches of rainfall recorded during the last week.
was also one of only three cities in the U to experience a wet month with a record amount of precipitation.5.
The rain hasn’t been uniform across the District.
The most rain in a single day in Washington was in the city’s Chinatown neighborhood.
On the day of the storm, the heaviest rain fell on the Southeast side of the city.
There were also a few rain showers on the Northwest side of town, but they were mostly scattered.
The rest of the rain was on the Northeast side.
The heaviest rainfall was in Southeast Washington, where it fell in the South Shore neighborhood and on the Washington Avenue corridor.6.
The storm also hit areas in between.
The region saw some rain early Wednesday, but it was mostly scattered throughout the day.
The worst areas were in Southeast and Southwest D.D., which saw the heaviest rainfall in the Northeast, according with the National Climatic Data Center.
Rain in Southeast D.A. fell in a lot of areas, but only in the Southeast, according D.S., and rain in Southwest D., D.M., and D.N.D..7.
There was also a lot more rain in Southeast Seattle, which was hit by two separate storms.
A total of 2,828.2 inches of precipitation fell in that part of the state.
In Southeast Seattle alone, a total of 6,500.5 to 7,200.5 tons of rain fell.
That rain was distributed across the entire city, with the heaviest amount falling in the Southwest and Northwest areas.
The remaining areas saw little or no rain, including Southeast Washington and Southwest Seattle.8.
Rain also hit parts of the Northwest, including Seattle, the suburbs, and downtown.
The biggest drops in rain fell in Seattle, with a total 9,857.4 inches, according data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Rain fell mostly along the Northwest Coast, but also in portions of the Southeast and Northwest, according NOAA.9.
But, there was a big drop in the amount of heavy rainfall in Washington’s Northeast.
Rainfall in the Northwest fell by about 2 inches, with only the Northeast and Southeast showing major drops.
But the heaviest rains in the northeast were concentrated in Southeast.10.
Some areas in the D,C., and Southeast have had more rain than others.
D.W., a Northwest suburb of Seattle, saw the highest amount of the heaviest precipitation on Wednesday, with 7,000.5 pounds of rain falling in a three-hour period.
D,M., which also has a large D.R. neighborhood, recorded 7,700.5 in a two-hour span.
Rain falls mostly along roads in the North Shore and along the Southeast Coast, and it also falls along bridges.11.
Rain is expected to ease in the coming days, though not completely.
The Washington Department of Transportation is forecasting that the rainy weather will ease over the next week.
Rainfalls are expected to fall over the weekend and into the week, the department said.
But on Thursday, the weather system will return and the rain will return even more slowly.
The forecast calls for rain to fall through the weekend, with rain to drop slowly over the week and in the weeks ahead.12.
The weather is changing as people prepare for the worst.
The heavy rain in Washington has prompted many people to start saving their money, while others have been making the most of their vacation time to look forward to.
The average annual rate of rain in Seattle has dropped from 1,000 to 800 inches, a drop of about a third.
Rain will fall through Saturday, but will fall over a larger area of the