Swamp stage is touching up
into historic high-water territory
for late March …
That’s going all the way back to 1992.
The wetting front dropped out of the hydric pines early – by late October – followed weeks later by its seemingly unstoppable demise out of the marl prairies and into the low-lying cypress.
That’s when our first “El Niño” enhanced shower struck.
The March is in fact “wet season” worthy if you factor in that the “evapotranspiration knob” is still on low.
Does that mean we’re just one big storm away from getting washed away in never before seen hydrograph territory (aka Hydro Incognito)?
Word from the Meteorologic front line
Is that our recent deluge was our wet winter’s Last Hurrah:
El Niño is wilting on the atmospheric vine
and the Jet Stream is moving north.
Or in other words,
We may get a dry season yet!