Sep 30, 2013

Soggy skies ready to sputter

Here's a look at rain over the past 7, 30 and 90 days.

So which south Florida basin has had the rainiest summer?

This wet season has been as soggy
as we can remember it on the SW Coast

The prize for that goes to the Southwest Coast.

Most basins have met or exceeded their long-term wet season average (as calculated from May 1st to October 31st, 2004 to present).  Only the Miami-Dade and West EAA basins are lagging significantly behind.  Miami and the Everglades tend to have a rainier October than the rest of the south Florida, so the bars for those basins could still rise in the weeks ahead.
Here's a rainy season to date (i.e. since May 1st)
and past month (i.e. September) rainfall summary.
September is the final of south Florida's four core rainy season months.

The regular rains should start to shut down in a week or two.

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