Climate Outlook from the South Florida Ecological Services Office, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

The South Florida Ecological Services Office, USFWS, has posted updated versions of the Climate Outlook and Climate Outlook for Species.

Highlights:

  • Abnormally dry conditions with scattered areas of Moderate Drought is occurring over the      Florida Panhandle.
  • August rain was 85% of average.
  • Wet Season has been about 100% of average.
  • El Nino Watch continues with a 65% likelihood of a weak El Nino during the fall and winter months.
  • Above average rainfall is still expected through spring 2015.

 

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