Early Summer Rains Dampen Drought

Early Summer Rains Dampen Drought

It’s not your imagination…this past winter and spring was the driest dry season in over 100 years! From Oct. 1, 2016, through May 31, 2017, the Tampa Bay region received about half of its normal rainfall. The effects were easy to see. Rivers were trickling at a fraction of typical flows and wildfires were scorching the Florida landscape.

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Significant Drought Conditions Persist with Dry, Warm Spring

Significant Drought Conditions Persist with Dry, Warm Spring

The U.S. Drought Monitor Map for Florida shows the Tampa Bay region and much of south-central Florida in a severe drought.

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Managing Regional Water Supplies in West Central Florida

Managing Regional Water Supplies in West Central Florida

How Tropical Storm Debby Affected the Tampa Bay Region's Water Supply

Tropical Storm Debby reminded us that Florida's public water supply utilities are among the most susceptible in the United States to storm surges due to climate variations.  
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