What an upside down weather pattern we have had this summer. We recorded .65" of rain for the entire month of June, and were down to the last 8 inches of water in ten rain barrels. This was all that was left to water the chickens. Indeed, the weather was so hot that I heard of someone's potato crop getting partially cooked in the soil due to nearly two weeks of 100+ temperature. The humidity was ultra low for East TN, where the rain probability was at 10% chance daily. That is horrible I tell you, when you have plants trying to grow.