WASHINGTON - It's not a record we enjoyed breaking -- 2018 is officially the wettest year on record for DC.
As of 6:26 a.m. on Saturday morning, Reagan National Airport has received 61.34 inches of precipitation, making it the wettest year on record.
The old record was set back in 1889, according to the National Weather Service.
Rain continues throughout the DC-metro region for Saturday.
Several counties in Maryland and Virginia remain under a flood warning.
In Maryland, Montgomery, Prince George's, Howard, Anne Arundel and Baltimore Counties are under the flood warning.
Fairfax, Arlington, Prince William, Loudoun Counties are under a flood warning in Virginia.
The National Weather Service says about an additional inch of rain can be expected through midnight Saturday.
More rain is forecasted for Sunday, although it should be lighter, according to forecasters.
The year has brought a lot of rain, rising rivers, and flooded roads throughout the area.
In July, D.C. was hit hard, with floods overwhelming Rock Creek Park. In Maryland, Ellicott City experienced yet another fatal flooding, devastating downtown Main Street for the second time in two years.
In November, NOAA released a report ranking 2018 ranked as the fifth-wettest year for the U.S. through the first 10 months.
At least a dozen cities east of the Rockies were experiencing the wettest recorded year-to-date through Nov. 7, according to data from the Southeast Regional Climate Center.
Baltimore has already been documented as having the wettest year on record.
Montgomery County police released a list of roads prone to flooding that drivers should be aware of as they ride through the area.