"Counting today, Seattle has seen 23 consecutive days of rain and the National Weather Service is forecasting rain for at least seven more. If the forecast holds true and it keeps raining through the end of next week, Seattle could be on its way to a new record, surpassing that 33-day stretch of rain set in 1953.
Between Nov. 1, 1998 and Feb. 28, 1999, "we had 94 days of rain out of 120, but we had breaks in there — they weren't consecutive days".
On the other hand...
"Though Seattle is famous for its rain, the city’s average annual rainfall from 1970 to 2000 was 37.07 inches, compared to 49.71 inches for New York City."