More heavy showers are set to bring a soggy end to June.
And the forecast from Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens is for more rainfall over the next seven to 10 days.
Heavy rain showers are likely throughout the rest of this week and into early July.
And with the rainfall for the month already at 78mm, it is likely we will see the month end with well above average figures.
June normally has an average of 65mm of rain but Mr Stevens predicts about 90mm by the time we get round to Thursday.
His forecast for the next few days is for more of the same wet and cooler weather.
Mr Stevens said: “There’s no getting away from it, we have had a miserable month.
“There is an upper Polar trough to the north of the UK and that, coupled with the Jetstream virtually above us, means we are bringing in cold and wet Atlantic weather.
“Where the sun does break through it can feel quite warm but in general we are looking at temperatures below the average.
“Wednesday could start off bright and dry but the showers will move in during late morning and persist well into the evening.
“Thursday looks a pretty similar picture, with heavy showers and sunny spells.
“Looking ahead to the weekend it remains much the same, and some of the showers could be heavy at times.
“It certainly looks as though the rainfall for June will be half as much again as a normal month.
“The temperatures also look set to be below average, even though in some days we have seen them hit the 20°C mark.”
Looking further ahead he said there was a chance of better weather as we head through July.
“The Azores high pressure looks set to move over Northern France and could well reach up to the UK, meaning we will see some much warmer and drier weather.
“As we have said before, the latter part of summer looks set to be better than the early part.”