While Corkscrew struggles to salvage a wet season at all,
WCA2 on the east side is lapping up at the top of its historic range.
Rainfall seems to explain most of it. WCA2 was in the unexpected epicenter of Isaac’s outer bands. The result was over 18 inches of August rain. (The long-term average for that area is just six.)
But there is good news at Corkscrew, too.
Water finally broke above the staff gage’s lowest mark.
|Better late than never:|
Corkscrew finally gets some water,
but the rainy season is almost done.
The only caveat is that the summer rainy season only has 3 weeks left.