According to the folks at the National Weather Service, we've had eight inches of rain in the last two weeks, but it sure feels like a lot more than that. We've been wading through standing water and mud since the last of the snow melted, and there's been some form of precipitation every day (and usually more at night). The Stillaguamish has been under a daily Flood Watch or Flood Warning, but it hasn't spilled it's banks and run into the pastures (yet). Which doesn't make much of a difference since the pastures all have full-fledged streams of their own simply from the rain water making its' way down to the river.
Stangely enough, the forecast calls for clear skies tomorrow...for one day...followed by more rain.