After the deluge, at 23.09 inches, we are still well below normal precipitation for the calendar year, according to measurement at the National Weather Service forecast office at Sand Point in Seattle. But at Sea-Tac Airport, the total for the year (35.44 inches) is above normal after yesterday's rain. Down in Olympia, still slightly below normal (42.89 inches) in a consistently dry year. And in Quillayute on the Olympic Peninsula, where they've been drenched even more than usual all year, the rainfall total is well above normal. With a month to go, they've just passed the normal year total, at 100.37 inches.