Jan 27, 2016

Before (not after)

Chronologically we're only at the midpoint,

But already the dry season rain totals have filled up.

The above bar chart shows dry season
rainfall totals (up to yesterday) by major basin
compared to the long-term average. The
red bar is the past thirty days.

Every basin except for the Upper Kissimmee has matched or exceeded it's long-term dry season rainfall total (i.e. Nov 1st to Apr 30th). The South Florida full season average is around 12-13 inches. Thus it is a big surprise to see the Miami-Dade basin at 20 inches. But the even bigger surprise is this:

The graph above does not include Wednesday's deluge!

That makes the above the before (not the after) graph.

1 comment:

Chilenorte said...

How can I publish/share with our 'Friends of Arthur R Marshall Loxahatchee NWR ' Facebook page?