OUR DRY SEASON GOT A HEAD START

Tropical Storm/Depression IDA dumped most of its rain on the Florida panhandle and points to the north and northeast; consequently, northeast Florida has been left high and dry with only 3 inches or less rainfall over the past 2 months. Peninsular Florida to the south of us is deeper into the drought because of the lackluster hurricane season.
As El Nino conditions continue through the winter into next spring, the probabilities are high that we will have a wetter than average winter, and a greater threat of severe thunderstorms from late winter into early spring.

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