SMOKY FLORIDA – NO THANKS, LA NINA!

We’ve known that smoke from wildfires would dirty our sunny skies this spring because of the East Pacific La Nina. Florida is hurting for some of that “liquid sunshine” that sometimes interrupts our outdoor activities. We’re enjoying the low humidities and comfortably cool nights, but the outlook for rain looks very bleak!

Our rainy season normally doesn’t arrive until the first of June when tropical breezes increase the humidity enough to produce convective showers. But if the Bermuda high extends across the First Coast, we may have to wait until July or August for Tropical Depressions or a Tropical Storm to refill our lakes and restore our water supply!

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