Many Utah cities got double or triple their average rainfall in June, but Liberty in Ogden Valley received about seven times its average with 7.6 inches.
"They got clobbered," said Dan Brown, meteorologist technician for the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City.
The NWS still is collecting rainfall totals for several stations across Utah but estimates the state received two to three times more rain than normal.
Most of the heavy rainfall occurred in the northern part of the state, Brown said.
"Down south, there were a lot of places that just kind of missed out," he said.