Cars blasted through high water on East Main Street near Forest Avenue on Aug. 19, during one the rainstorms that helped make this summer one of the city's wettest on record.
Cars blasted through high water on East Main Street near Forest Avenue on Aug. 19, during one the rainstorms that helped make this summer one of the city's wettest on record. Herald-Leader
Cars blasted through high water on East Main Street near Forest Avenue on Aug. 19, during one the rainstorms that helped make this summer one of the city's wettest on record. Herald-Leader

Saturday's storms help make summer of 2013 the third-wettest on record

August 31, 2013 09:29 PM

UPDATED September 17, 2013 11:39 PM

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