South Florida Water Management District covers a 16 county area, including Broward, Collier, Dade, Glades, Hendry, Lee, Martin, Monroe, Palm Beach, St. Lucie, and portions of Charlotte, Highlands, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola & Polk  

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The strength of the cheatsheets …

Is also their primary weakness.

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They are just so crammed with information, it’s hard to know where to start or what to say. Or rather, I could spend five minutes on each one, even more. Probably an hour on the full bunch. But really, it isn’t my goal, at least on this day, to do a full system wide summary. That’s why I put the cheatsheets together, so everyone can do it on their own time. Maybe in the future I’ll to a full tutorial. But for now I’m glad to have refined my system (i.e. procedure) for uploading them to the website.

Major notables: The Upper Kissimmee has received 7 inches of rain in the past 30 days. Lake Okeechobee is at about 14.5 feet. The Calooshatchee S-79 is discharging at 2,000 cfs, slough water depth in Shark River Slough is 1.5 feet deep and Big Cypress National Preserve has dropped into moderate drought.