The stats don't tell the whole picture. There were a couple occasions where GRR itself was right in line for a band of thunderstorms while areas very nearby had little or no rain. Also it doesn't indicate the timing of the rains either. There have been long periods with little or no precip followed by decent rains and then another long break. May barely finished above normal and June was very dry. July will be going below normal most likely starting Sunday. I think it really goes back to the spotty nature of rain in West Michigan recently. I went 30 minutes north of my house yesterday and the grass was green while still fairly crispy brown in my back yard. This is what @frostfern is complaining about on a regular basis.