Officially, at least in Charleston, records have been broken regarding 2003 being the wettest year.

The capital city broke the 1950 precipitation record of 60.4 inches when the total hit 60.42 inches this week.

The record was broken since Kanawha County and other parts of the state were also hit with floods in June and November.

It is likely most sections of the state have experienced record high rainfalls, but the stats are yet to be released.

In Gilmer County, not enough people have signed up for the Stumptown-Normantown water extension, mostly because wells and cisterns have more than adequately been replenished.

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