But it fell way short of being a Big Rain Month (BRM).
|Big Rain Months|
of South Florida,
2005 - present
What is a BRM?
It's any month when an average of 9 or more inches of rain fell across the entire south Florida peninsula. That doesn't happen much, but when it does it all but ensures that even the highest ground gets shallowly submerged. By my calculations we've only had 4 BRMs over the past eight years, all of which fell during the summer half of the year. Isaac gave us our last one (Aug 2012) and October 2011 before that.
June 2005 stands out as the biggest BRM of them all.