The no rain part would lead me to think the ac drain tube. It’s actually almost dead center of the dash. Take a bucket of water and slowly pour it into the cowl vents by the wipers make sure it only go in the vents and not all over the place. Get under the Jeep and watch for it to drain
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There is still a chance it's rain water. If you have a soft top and it's leaking and you have rubber mats on the floor, it could take a month, maybe more to dry up. The rubber mats keep the water from evaporating with any serious speed.
FOUND IT! - Even though the local jeep service mgr told me the drain is on the passenger side, I found it on the drivers side and the tube was broken off (one of my off-roading trips no doubt). With that, the condensate wasn't making it to the outside and instead was flowing into the driver's floor. Ugh....
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