Of those four, only one arrived in the summer rainy season
|This crazy chart reports daily rainfall for south Florida|
from 1992 to present. Big Rain Days (BRDs) are shown
as black dots. No rain days (i.e. how Sunny Florida got
its name) are show in orange.
Those four days also accounted for a tenth (10th) of this year's annual rain.
They don't call 'em BIG for nothin'.
Could Super El Niño could have more in store?