Hot off the press, or in this case – hot out of the camera (and it was a scorcher today): I snapped each of the photos below earlier this afternoon.
They show three “tell tale” signs of the wet season:
(1) Afternoon cumulonimbus clouds rising out of the Everglades,
(2) Canals filled with water up to the brim, and
(3) A stout south wind from the south, (equal parts prevailing and sea breezes).
Does that mean we have an early start to the wet season?
Find out the stunning conclusion to this meteorological mystery tomorrow, in the journal’s weekly “Rain or Shine Report.”
But first, do you have any guesses?
And you can view more water images from all across the world at Watery Wednesday.