Meteorologic magnification

Here’s a map of the rain over your roof,
for anywhere in the United States …

Although you might need a magnifying glass to see it precisely.

Below is a look at what all those rooftops look like added up and averaged for the entire state of Florida.

Presumably that’s not how they derived the data, but whoever and however they landed on a single number for all of Florida or that multi-colored map nationwide, hats off to the meteorologists at NOAA and the Southeast Climate Center for sharing!

Florida had wet winter, especially down south, which was followed by a dry summer “wet season” peninsular wide, which lands us to where we are at now: an unusually dry fall.

At under a half inch, October set a new statewide 30-year low for the month.

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