Two out of three ain't good, Auckland.
If you think it's been wet in the Queen's own city this month, you'd be right.
It's rained every day since June 30. That's 13 dreary, soggy days in a row.
MetService meteorologist Angus Hines said rain or showers weren't unusual in our biggest city at this time of year.
The long-term average for wet days in June and July is 19.
But this month had started very badly. Not only had it rained every day but there had been some significant totals, including 22.2mm on Thursday last week and 19.4mm on July 1.
"Accumulations are up to about 99mm and the average for the Auckland [this month] is 130mm and we're only 12 days in. So it's been pretty wet."
Over the past 31 days, it's rained on 23 days, according to MetService data.
But before July 1 there were no daily accumulations over 5mm.
In the previous 30 days, covering the second half of May and the first half of June rain fell over 24 days, but totals were lower with a final reading of 65mm.
The 30 days before that, from mid April to mid May had fewer wet days, with 16, but more rainfall, with 113mm recorded, according to the MetService.
Auckland-based MetService meteorologist Georgina Griffiths said 63 out of the past 101 days had seen showers or rain in Auckland.
"That is, 62 per cent of the time. Believe it or not, that's about normal. However, April was sopping wet, May was normal, June was drier than normal.
"But the key thing I think that people are noticing in Auckland is how much colder this year is, compared to last year."
There is relief on the way.
The rest of the week will be showery, but a dry weekend is forecast in Auckland.