There’s an old hydrology axiom …
That all droughts end in flood.
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And more than often it holds up,
Although most recently in the swamp with a twist.
The flooding occurred inside the building, a place you’d usually expect to stay dry. The reason? It was a powerful storm cell, and it blew in at an angle into an outdoor hallway that had new door thresholds that slightly pooled the water up.
Meanwhile, the day before, a lightning strikes from a similar cloud caused a few new wildfire starts.
Moral of the story:
Flood and drought aren’t as diametrically opposed as might first appear. They can actually co-exist on the same day.