Note: By high I don't necessarily mean "hot."
But in this case, actually I do:
It shows the onset and duration of various aspects of Florida's ridiculously long summer. Technically, of course, spring has only just begun. But functionally, as shown on the graph above, the hot air, i.e. daytime highs over 80 degrees, are already here.
What's up next?
Humidity is probably the form of Florida summer we loath the most. It won't arrive until nighttime lows consistently ascend above 70 degrees.
|This particular fire was actually a prescribed burn|
Until that happens expect a deep turn of the arrow towards dry:
Wildfire season has arrived in the swamp!