Dry wet meets wet dry

Dry season, wet season, wet dry season, dry wet …

It gets confusing.

Last winter (a year ago) we had a “record dry” dry season (in which under 4 inches fell from November to April).

That was followed by a “wet start” to wet season that ended on “dry note,” even if for a full season (May-Oct), the 2009 wet season chimed in on the 30-year average of 43 inches …

That puts us where we are today:

At the end of an unusually “wet” dry season.

That’s turned what’s usually a dry month of April into seeming more like July …

At least that’s how it looks from 500′ up in a helicopter.

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