I'm in Western MA, probably 150 +/- miles from you as the crow flies, and we had the wettest summer I can remember. It started in late May, then in July alone we had 15+" of rain. June, Sept, and Oct were all 6"+ with Aug 8"+!! If I'm remembering correctly, we had the remnants of 4 hurricanes go directly up the CT River Valley over us this summer. And all of them poured over the exact same spots for hours at a time.My county in Northern Nh was in drought conditions most of the year. Great year for drying especially with my plastic covered "kiln"
That said, I got this year's firewood (3-year old red oak & hickory) under cover before the worst of it, so I was lucky.
Just goes to show you, it pays to have at least 2-3 years of firewood cut and stacked at all times, You never know what's going to happen next, but so far at least I've never gotten stuck trying to burn this year's wet wood.