Miami-Dade Surpasses Average Rainfall Total With 2 Months Left In 2020


The National Weather Service's Miami office recently came to realize something about South Florida... it's been wet as hell! LOL.

The official data shows that, with 2 months left in 2020, Miami-Dade and Broward have already both surpassed the average annual precipitation total, each by more than 20 inches!

Palm Beach also passed their average numbers. Noticeably, Naples area is under the average. That means things are worse on the east coast for sure!

As you can see by the chart below, the top record for rainfall in Dade was nearly 90 inches back in 1959, and for Broward it was over 102 inches in 1947. If Miami receives just 8 more inches of rain, it will shatter this all-time record... making 2020 just that much more 2020-ish. LOL.

Check out the data below:


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