No, lightning doesn’t strike twice in the same place,
But sometimes hydrology does.
|The blue and red lines show|
a comparison of this year’s
to last year’s surface water
stage in the swamp
Take for example the early December height of the water table.
It’s at an all-time December low, looking back as far as our records go.
|Historical calendar showing the location|
of the wetting front relative to major ecological
habitats in the swamp, 1991 to present.
Even more incredible still:
It matches the same record December low from last year.
Talk about hydrology striking twice in a row!