Every couple summers the Everglades gets really flooded.
And when it does, one spot is guaranteed to flood the deepest.
This chart shows a comparison of current water levels (thick blue line) to a month ago (thin blue line), a year ago (light blue line) and the long-term normal for early December (dotted red line). WCA3A is over 2 feet higher than its long-term December norm.
An on-going challenge of managing the Everglades is helping the giant sheet of water spread out instead of disproportionately piling up in one spot.