It has been quite the rainy month across the Gulf Coast region. In fact, parts of South Mississippi have seen record-breaking rainfall.
In Biloxi, over 22 inches of rainfall were sitting in this month's rain gauge, as of June 30 morning.
That is the highest June rainfall amount ever recorded in Biloxi, Mississippi. The weather records in Biloxi date back to 1893.
"Normally, June should bring about seven inches of rainfall," said WLOX First Alert Meteorologist Wesley Williams. "This June was saw over 300 percent of normal rainfall. It was truly historic."
For 21 of June's 30 days, it rained in Biloxi. The heaviest one-day rain, over six inches, fell during the week of Tropical Storm Cindy. There was also a very heavy rainfall event during the final Thursday of the month.
Overall, much of South Mississippi was wetter than normal.