Recent Florida rain leaves cities still drier than average

05/19/2009 | St. Petersburg Times (Fla.)

Recent downpours in Florida have eased drought conditions slightly, but several cities are still below average rainfall levels. According to the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Tampa Bay is 1.91 inches below its yearly average. More than 70% of rain in the state dissipates into the air, with 13% percolating to aquifers and another 13% flowing to runoff.

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