The lifeblood of the Everglades is the frequent rain it receives. If you visit for a few days, you’re likely to see some precipitation.
The storms I saw over the “River of Grass” reminded me a lot of those I’d witnessed on the Canadian prairies. Blowing in quickly over the flat landscape, dark and menacing. Dumping a lot of water in a short time, before moving on.
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