(WASHINGTONPOST)It was a dry start to July across much of the Eastern United States, then the pattern flipped just after the midway point of the month. In recent days, waves of rain, often torrential, have drenched the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Pennsylvania has been hit particularly hard by this rain as well as the subsequent flooding.

As many as eight to 10 inches of rain have been recorded across parts of Pennsylvania and into northern Maryland over the past week. Places that saw a desertlike start to the month are now surpassing July rainfall records and even all-time monthly tallies.

With the worst of the rain focused on the central and east-central parts of Pennsylvania, State College and Williamsport are among locations that have set July rainfall records. So has Baltimore to the south. There are and will be others.

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