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