“Dry swamp” sounds like an oxymoron, but we seem t…

“Dry swamp” sounds like an oxymoron, but we seem to have weather patterns that are constantly in the wrong place. And the water leaving south Florida contradicts the reports that the sea level is rising. From my visits to Jacksonville years ago, it seemed like every afternoon thunderstorm caused flooding. The southern drought seems to be creeping north. We are now about 5 inches below normal for this time of year, though we are getting a predeicted half inch now. I hope your winds shift soon and the rains return to south Florida.

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