INDIANAPOLIS — Okay, we did get some much needed rain, but it wasn't enough to relieve our drought conditions and it wasn't enough to stop our record dry stretch.
Monday was the 55th day in a row without .10" inches of rain. Yes, we have to go back to the middle of August for our last big rain. Only .06" officially fell in Indianapolis on Monday.
Our next chance for rain is on Thursday.
Remember, we ended September the driest on record and October is off to a dry start. Here are the top 10 driest Octobers on record: