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April showers bring improved water levels in the Floridan aquifer

From St. Johns River Water Management District They say April showers bring May flowers, and that may be the case; but in Florida, there is...

Rainfall down region-wide in March

Dry weather is a good reminder why April is Water Conservation Month From St. Johns River Water Management District With below-average rainfall in March across the...

Dry weather trend continued in January

NOAA predicts below-average rainfall for the next three months, with likely development of drought conditions. Now is a good time to start training lawns and...

December rainfall trended toward drier conditions

From St. Johns River Water Management District Many counties across the St. Johns River Water Management District had a very dry December, with the southern...

November’s good news: No drought conditions, aquifer in high ranges, strong...

Districtwide, November rainfall averaged 4.02 inches, nearly 2 inches above the long-term average for the month From the St. Johns River Water Management District The final...

Rainy October in coastal areas while inland counties were dry

“Fall Back” to watering lawns no more than once a week From the St. Johns River Water Management District An extreme range of dry conditions in...

September’s above-average rainfall improves Floridan aquifer conditions  

Flows in the Wekiva River near Sanford were in the high to very high range at 526 mgd (98th percentile) From St. Johns River Water Management...

August rainfall was plentiful across central and north Florida

Floridan aquifer conditions are normal or high across the District. Flows at the Wekiva River near Sanford were 253 mgd (77th percentile). From St. Johns...

Improved rainfall in May was good start to Florida’s rainy season

Flow at Wekiwa Springs decreased very slightly, with mean monthly flows of 56 cfs and 63 cfs, respectively From the St. Johns River Water Management...

Ongoing drought conditions not eased by April showers   

From the St. Johns River Water Management District Even with above-average rainfall in April, abnormally dry conditions continue throughout much of the St. Johns River...