Kissimmee rains

The source of the Kissimmee is, of course, rain.

Here’s a look:

Rains have been plentiful on the Kissimmee this winter.

December and March were particularly high.

But winter rains are never about months.

They are about big rain days in the form of continental fronts.

Those El Niño fueled fronts have marched through south Florida at a steady pace this year …

The Upper Kissimmee – being at the top – often gets their brunt.

The result has been over 15 inches of dry season rain,

And a running annual total of 55 inches since May 1st.

(The previous three years didn’t top 45 in comparison.)

Word from the weather bureau is a weakening El Niño.

That could mean a dry April and May.

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