(Cleveland) - The cold front that arrived in Cleveland Wednesday put an end to 16 consecutive days of rainfall in our area.

That’s a record breaking stretch beating the old run in the summer months of 1928.

Tom King with the National Weather Service in Cleveland says we still face concerns for minor flooding in the area due to the saturated ground in many locations.

King says this run of rain is “kind of odd” and hopes we don’t see it again for quite awhile.

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