We are safe with peas, beets, carrots and potatoes. Plant onion sets now for a crop of green onions . And with the green onions, plant more every couple weeks for a longer harvest. Same with radishes. Otherwise, we're in a holding pattern for planting our warm season crops. I'm starting lettuce seeds indoors, they will go in the garden soon. If you like spinach, you can start those indoors or direct seed those seeds in the garden.
If you have onions and garlic, it's time for one last fertilization with a high nitrogen fertilizer such as blood meal. Those crops are starting to make bulbs and a little fertilizer with plenty of moisture will get you big onion bulbs and large garlic cloves. Don't worry that your onions are literally bursting out of the ground, that's what they do. Do not mound soil around the onions to keep them covered, it's not necessary.
From a quick check of my rain gauge, we didn't get as much rain as initially forecast. So keep your plantings moist without overwatering. Watering is more art than science.