Florida could use some snow melt, especially south Florida, for the reason that its flat landscape is "storage poor!" By that I mean that for as much rain as we get in the summer wet season, come late winter and spring drought is at hand. Without snow on the ground to melt (here in Florida), it's usually a waiting game until the summer rains start in late May.
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We didn't so much "reinvent the water cycle" as we gave it a reboot for our modern times.
We cover them all: The Districts, the estuaries, the aquifers and the watersheds. Also the rain, and the dew. Plus the humidity. Did I mention evaporation? The list goes on.
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