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.