South Florida’s clouds are larger than life …
And unleash torrential rains.
And most of all …
They move the wrong way.
Unlike properly-behaving clouds on up the continent that predictably move from West to East (i.e. the Westerlies), south Florida’s summer clouds migrate from East to West on the wings of the Trade Winds.
As for why?
All I can say for certain is that I got thoroughly wet.