Meteorologists with the South Florida Water Management District say that the region’s daily sea-breeze cycle wet-season rains ended Oct. 4.
The past few days have been relatively dry for the so-called “rainy season,” but we will start to see a better chance of storms late Wednesday afternoon.
Expect a wet and windy week ahead as plenty of deep tropical moisture builds in across South Florida Tuesday and over the next few days.
The average start date for the rainy season is today, May 20th, and starting this afternoon through the middle of the week South Florida will see plenty of rain.
The early start to the rainy season in south Florida has led to an insect invasion.
Based on the last week or so of unsettled weather, most believe that rainy season has started and it turns out they are correct.
While the dry season officially started in October, the rainy season wouldn’t go away without one final month of record rainfall.
Rainy season didn’t want to go without one last hurrah. The storms that drowned South Florida also marked the ending of South Florida’s rainy season.
After getting some much needed rain across South Florida, the weather forecast for the coming days will feature near record high temperatures and strong afternoon thunderstorms.
The water level in Lake Okeechobee has fallen below 10 feet above sea level for the first time since 2007. South Florida is experiencing a drought. The rainy season began May 26 but it’s off to a slow start.