The South Florida Ecological Services Office, USFWS, has posted June's Climate Outlook and Climate Outlook for Species.
- Wet Season began the first week of June with above average rainfall for most of Central and South Florida, with the exception of the EAA and WCAs, which are at 80-85% of average rainfall.
- Hurricane Season is expected to have fewer than average storms.
- El Nino Watch is in effect with an 80% probability of development by the Fall.
- Summer 2014 will continue to be warmer than average, with average rainfall.
- Winter 2014-2015 will be cooler and much wetter than average.