Normally, May and November …
Are the the great state of Florida’s driest months.
Except not this year.
The reason? Tropical Storm Eta walloped the state with rain in November. Meanwhile, Northern Florida has been wetter than normal thanks to ample spring rains from continental fronts. Most of those fronts didn’t make it to south Florida, but that didn’t offset the wetter than average spring north of the Lake.
With the afternoon clouds starting to return to much of the state, the summer soggy season can’t be far away.
In summary, it’s been a pretty wet run for the Sunshine State.