You would think the prospect of wet weather would hamper firework sales, but that`s where you`d be wrong. The cloud cover has people flooding to firework stands. You can call it the return of the rocket, and at Spectacular Fireworks in Texarkana, workers are all fired up. "We saw rain coming and we started screaming and hollaring. We`ve been waiting for rain, praying for rain everyday," says college student Sequoyah Johnson. He`s working at the fireworks stand of west seventh to make extra money. Sales are booming because wet weather has washed away concerns about many aerial fireworks. For the past two seasons, bone dry conditions brought burn bans and restrictions on fireworks throughout the area. Many vendors said this year would make or break them. It appears this season won`t be a dud. "The fourth is always the busiest days. Our sales are projected at least double what we`ve done all season," said David Kinney of Spectacular Fireworks. His stand on Richmond road is hoping for a banner season. The money they raise helps fund a local girls softball team. It`s illegal to shoot fireworks within the city limits of Texarkana. It`s legal in Shreveport-Bossier. Experts say even though we`ve had plenty of rain you still need to use caution. And not just because of the weather - nearly 11-thousand people are injured shooting off fireworks. Most of them, children.