This chart shows "South Florida Wide" dry season rainfall totals from 1970 to present. This year's dry season still has a little bit to go to climb above the 90th percentile, i.e. "very wet", of the historical record, as measured over the past 45 years.
The current dry season rain total is 19.3 inches.
It'll have to get up to 22 inches to qualify for "very wet."