After one of the wettest summers on record, Torontonians are finally getting relief in a sunny September dry spell unmatched for more than 70 years.

According to Environment Canada, there hasn’t been a trace of rain in the city since Aug. 30.

A dry period like this hasn’t happened since the fall of 1938, when Toronto enjoyed 26 days without a drop of precipitation.

“Maybe after all that complaining, nature has heard us and has finally decided to do something,” said Dave Phillips, a senior climatologist at Environment Canada.