HOLD your breath. It seems like Greytown’s traditional summer rain pattern has returned. FOn Monday, for the first time in many months the skies darkened in mid-afternoon in Greytown accompanied by thunder and lightening and then actually followed by good old-fashioned genuine rain. In the storm up to 20mm was recorded in Greytown and surrounds.Rainfall recorder Murray Mason told the Greytown Gazette that up until Monday morning he had recorded a total of 32mm for the previous week – add last night’s 20mm and the rainfall pattern starts to look more promising. Because of the wind there is no current Lake Merthley level – last week it stood at 40.32% - still a long way to go before Greytown’s water restrictions are lifted.Weather forecasts for the week show dry and sunny today; a sprinkling of rain tomorrow, a cold Friday of 14°C, weekend in the 20s; rain again on Monday and Tuesday when the temp drops to 10°C. Despite these predictions here’s wishing you all a wet week.