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Fire Weather Concerns Persist Across the West; Below Normal Temperatures for the Midwest and East

As a cold front moves through the western states, gusty conditions will bring fire weather concerns through the weekend from the interior Northwest into the Great Basin and Rockies. Elsewhere, temperatures will run ten or more degrees below normal from the Upper Midwest into much of the eastern U.S. Tropical development may bring heavy rainfall to parts of the western Gulf Coast this weekend. Read More >

 

 

Climate » Local Drought Information

 


SYNOPSIS...

 

..Abnormally Dry conditions developed over interior  and west coast metro areas of South Florida... 

 

 

South Florida Water Management District – Water Shortage Watch
 
For additional information on water restrictions, area residents are encouraged to call the SFWMD’s toll-free Water Shortage Hotline at 1-800-662-8876 or contact their regional SFWMD service center. 
 
 
What is Drought?
Current Conditions
Drought Assessment Tools
Outlooks
National Drought Page

 


 

Current Precipitation Analysis
 

 

Keetch Byram Drought Index (KBDI)

 

Florida drought index

 

Florida Wildland Fire  Information page

 

 

National Precipitation and Florida Precipitation page

30 Day Precipitation Difference for Miami
90 Day Precipitatiion Difference for Miami
30-day Observed Accumulated Precipitation
90-day Observed Accumulated Precipitation
Lake Okeechobee Hydrologic Summary
Lake Okeechobee Lake Level Graphic
Graphical Depth of Lake Okeechobee
Soil Moisture Information

Standardized Precipitation Index

Fisheating Creek Status

 


 

Drought Assessment Tools

Florida Drought Monitor 

Discussion for the Seasonal Drought Outlook

 

 

Palmer Drought Severity Index-Long Term Meteorological Conditions

 
Palmer Crop Moisture Index-Short-term Drought
South Florida Fire Potential (Keetch-Byram Drought Index)
 
South Florida Wells Conditions  

 


 

Outlooks 
 

 

Drought Outlook
U.S. Seasonal Drought Outlook
rain needed to end dry spell
Precipitation Needed to End Dry Spell

 

1-Month Temperature Outlook
1-Month Temperature Outlook
1-Month Precipitation Outlook
1- Month Precipitation Outlook

 

3 month temperature outlook
3-Month Temperature Outlook
3 month precipitation outlook
3-Month Precipitation Outlook

 


 

 Short-Term Precipitation Forecast

 

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Florida's Water Outlook from Southeast River Forecast Center

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