You know how a mountain peak seems
impossibly far off when you start a hike?
That's where we're at right now in our dry season cycle.
Or in other words, we have a long 7-month trek through mostly sunny skies and a slowly subsiding water table. If unchecked by timely rains, wildfires may even be in the mix towards the end, by month six or seven.
That's when the mountainous wet season clouds will start to reappear again, too.
Who said south Florida was flat?