May 15, 2017: Waterdrops on leaves in Victoria, British Columbia, during misty rain. Victoria annually receives about 23 inches of rain, which is low by Pacific Northwest standards. Seattle averages 37 inches a year. Mountains to the west of Victoria block a lot of weather. The village of Port Renfrew, about a two-hour drive west of Victoria, averages 80 inches a year.
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