Never trust a cloud!

On Tuesday I took this photo …

Assuming it to be the bell weather that the wet season had begun.

As seen from Ochopee looking east on April 26th

The problem with the April and early May pop-up thunder showers is that they don’t produces enough rain (or a reliable return of it the next afternoon) to douse out the lightning strikes they create. Thus, the very same cloud that beckoned the end to our seasonal drought seems to have descended the swamp into the heart of its dry season instead in the form of a wildfire, just three days later a few thousand acres wide (and spreading.)

Never trust a cloud!

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