You know that song, "The rain in Spain stays mainly on the plain?" Well, its official, they lied. Since the start of 2014, some towns in northern Spain, including the coast, have had rainfall virtually every day, making it the wettest since 1969.
Relentless torrential rain pounded Colorado for five days in a row. Farming communities along the South Platte River were requested to evacuate ahead of the incoming floods, which may have claimed another life, Reuters reports.