Start of wet season?

There’s a tried and true meteorologic saying that “all droughts end in flood.” The caveat in south Florida is that drought-ending rains occur every year. It’s called the start of the wet season. While the rains often take a good couple weeks to flood water back everywhere in the swamp, the meteorologic shift from rainless skies to regular afternoon rains can happen quickly like a flip of a switch.

Can you guess the day whereabout it usually starts? Hint: It’s a holiday.

a. Fourth of July – 7/4

b. Memorial Day – 5/30

c. Tax Day – 4/15

e. Mother’s Day – 5/8

f. Father’s Day – 6/19

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