Rainfall totals across Northern Arizona are five and six times better this Monsoon season than the 2020 season which saw the driest rainy season on record. The National Weather Service says as of Wednesday, Flagstaff has received just over six-inches of rain since June 15th, which towers over last year’s mark of 1.78-inches of rain at this point in 2020. Prescott’s Love Field has had 3.66 inches of rain, compared to 1.32 last year. Prescott Valley has had 2.43 inches of rain, which more than doubles last year’s mark of 1.17 inches. Sedona has seen 4.86 inches of rain this season compared to .41 inches in 2020. The winner though is Walnut Canyon National Monument, where they have received 7.79 inches of rain since June 15th, when they received just .46 inches at this point last year. A chance of showers and thunderstorms is in the forecast through the weekend and into next week, with an uptick in chances starting Thursday.