Oct 20, 2015

Dry Season Setting Up To Be Stormy For Central, South Florida | Growing Produce

According to the National Weather Service, this year’s extra strength El Niño climate pattern will contribute to a wetter and stormier dry season across much of Florida. Along with more storm chances will come an increased risk of tornadoes. Scientific reports indicate the present El Niño phase could end up being one of the strongest on record (since 1950). Historically, El Niño events have...

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