Big Rain Days (BRDs)
The official definition to this highly precise term

The thing about Big Rain Days (BRDs):

We both can’t count on them, but depend on them at the same time.

Historical calendar chart
of Big Rain Days (BRDs)
from 1991 to present.

Take for example last January’s consecutive BRDs:

It rescued the swamp from a near certain spring drought.

A Big Rain Day (BRD) is any day
that all of south Florida averages
an inch or more of rain. 

South Florida usually receives five BRDs per year.

This year (like last year) we are stuck on a subpar three.

So goes BRDs, so goes the swamp.

Here’s to hoping we get a BRD soon!

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