The result could be some coveted spring rain.
But will it be enough to matter?
Evaporation, not rainfall, plays the biggest role in April. Thus, lack of rainfall, only impartially at best tells where April fits in south Florida's seasonal water cycle. It’s the incessant sun and greening out tree foliage and ground cover, i.e. output of water to the atmosphere, that -- not until the regular summer rains -- can the input of wet season atmospheric water, i.e. afternoon thunderstorms, ever hope to keep up.
|Could one of these be on the way?|
That being said,
We are not in the business of turning down rain.
At this point, the swamp will take whatever water it gets!