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I had this same problem. On the passenger side there is some gasket underneath where the windshield meets the plastic guard for the wipers that is prone to fall off. It's to protect from water entering through your passenger compartment filter. Take it to a local shop and just have them glue it back on. The water gets in through the cabin filter, so you may need to replace the filter as well if it's gotten moldy. Quick, easy fix.
Yes. Under the cowl (the plastic piece under the wipers, between the engine and the windshield), there is a cabin air filter and deflector. If this is missing, water could enter your fan, and when it dries out, it works again. Check for water on the floorboard on the passenger's side.