A sub par week has south Florida scrambling for water.
Okay, it isn't that bad ... yet.
Just like that, what was looking like a rainy start to the wet season, has inexplicably stalled. Actually, I think there is an explanation: on the regional radar I saw a prevailing wind swirling in from the north. (Usually, our predominant wind flow this time of year is from the south.)
It's just two more weeks until July 4th:
Memorial Day until then is the summer's rainiest stretch.