It's hard to believe but there are spots in northern Ohio that are near/slightly below normal with rainfall since June 1st. When you look at the rainfall vs normal OVERALL across northern Ohio this summer the dark blue areas (2-6" above normal) stand out.
But when you zoom in closer, the "drier" areas become more visible. The counties below which have significant areas of below normal rainfall since June 1 (tan colors--see legend to the right) are CUYAHOGA, LAKE, ASHTABULA, ERIE, HOLMES & TUSCARAWAS. I want to reiterate that this doesn't mean these areas are dry and without rainfall. It means that the amount of rain is below normal not zero.