I doubt it: But water levels have steadily dropped for the past month.
Part of that's because the rain's slowed down.
But the big picture is that the swamp is still wet.
According to the hydrograph above, current swamp-wide water stage matches our long-term normal, i.e. past 25 years, for mid August. Ecologically, that puts our wetting front lapping at the shores of our pine islands, a good half foot deep in our marl prairies and a good foot or two in our tall cypress and pond apple swamp. This is also the time of year the tropics become more active, so I wouldn't expect a dropping trend to continue for long.
The swamp still has a good two months meteorologic wet season left.