We have left Hurricane Season in the dust and are now well into Dry Season. I think this happened a few weeks ago, but I’ve hit a kind of writing rut.
We were fortunate in Southwest Florida this year, because we didn’t have any major Hurricanes hit us. (I think we didn’t even have any minor ones hit us.) Hurricane Season represents the time when the air and the land and the water bodies, are full of moisture.
After Hurricane Season ends, we move into Dry Season. It won’t rain on a daily basis again until April or May. So, the air and the land and everything on it will gradually dry out.
SOmetimes, (like this year) the drying out won’t be gradual.
We are in for a big Fire Season this year.