Whisper it softly, but statistics in the Mewies Solicitors Craven League suggest that 2014 is on course to be even soggier that 2012, a season which set records for cancellations.
With no play possible in any game last Saturday, already some teams have had half of their matches - four out of eight - called off.
League fixtures secretary Trevor Coe notes: "In all, 186 out of 464 games (40 per cent) have been abandoned. At the same stage in 2012, 120 games out of 480 (25 per cent) had been lost.
"At the end of that season, 429 out of 1,320 (32.5 per cent) had been weather affected, which must have been a record.
"But I am keeping the faith that 2014 won't be as bad as 2012, although there seems to be a pattern emerging between cricket and the weather.
"It appears that we play one game, miss one game, play one game etc."
Meanwhile, there is something new for cricketers to look at while the rain falls - the league's revamped web-site, which is at www.cravencricket.co.uk.
The site contains league history and records, umpire information and a photographic gallery, including club pictures, although some clubs still need to provide images of their pavilion.
Later in the season, it is hoped to get some team photographs on there, while there is also a link to Play-Cricket for results and reports.
Coe added: "Other things will be added before the season finishes."
The Craven League are also wanting to maintain their status - set in 2014 in the inaugural year - as Yorkshire's leading league in terms of responses to the ECB's (England & Wales Cricket Board's) national player survey.
This year's survey was launched on Tuesday of last week and will run until the end of the month.
Coe explained: "The aim is to get the views and opinions of players and to find out what they really want from their league.
"The ECB has provided an early breakdown of the responses received so far.
"We know it is early days but Craven has received more responses than any other league in Yorkshire, and Mrs (Ann) Coe is very keen that this continues so that some 'Noddy league' from up the valley can beat something like the Bradford League!
"We would urge all players over 14 years of age, former players and anyone associated with cricket to take a few minutes to fill in the survey which can be found on
The delayed second-round Wynn Cup tie on Sunday between Foulridge and Sutton survived the deluges.
On what was understandably a slow, low wicket, Foulridge struggled to 90 all out in 42 overs, John Lickess top-scoring with 41 as Simon Doane took 3-16 and Ben Bolland 3-17. Visitors Sutton looked down and out at 52-9, before a last -wicket partnership of 32 took them to within sight of the last eight.
However, they closed six runs short, so it is Foulridge who will travel to Oakworth next Sunday.
Skipper Craig Thornton battled his way to 47 as Imran Khaliq produced stunning bowling figures of 7-12 off his allotted 12 overs.