Sep 15, 2011

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2 comments:

Lynda said...

I'm guessing our neighborhood ponds will be full when we return in Oct. When we left in June it was getting grim. North Naples.

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Yes, it was a late start to the wet season this year. July and August were average or above but now all of a sudden the past week has been mostly dry. Waters start falling at a drop of a hat when that happens.