In western Collier the wet season has already begun,
But in the county’s eastern end the water table is still down.
Big Cypress Preserve wide the water table is about 1.5 feet below its typical level for early June. Except for Deep Lake Strand (BCA14) and Little Marsh (BCA17) even the low spots are still dry. But by the end of June the water table should be at the edge of the cypress domes (light green) and possibly even up in the marl prairies (dark green).
June is our highest rainfall month and soaking in season, too.