Water Year Puzzler?

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This Week’s Challenge

The calendar year isn’t so much “wrong,” as it has a bad start date — at least from the perspective of a water drop.

Can you guess what day the water year starts anew in south Florida? Hint: Think of it as the water cycle’s birthday.

a. January 1st

b. November 1st

c. June 1st

d. May 1st

e. February 29th

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