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St. Johns River Water Management District staff are committed to ensuring the sustainable use and protection of water resources for the benefit of the people of the District and the State of Florida. more
January brought well below average rainfall to the region, with Orange County receiving 1.183 inches. The Districtwide total of 1.2 inches is less than half the average rainfall for January. more
December brought average rainfall to the region with most of the activity occurring along the central coastline, with Orange County experiencing 2.1 inches. more
November brought above-average rainfall, with most of the activity occurring in the early part of the month (5th-6th) during a rare Nor'easter in Florida. more
From St. Johns River Water Management District August is typically the wettest month of the year, bringing rainy conditions to the St. Johns River Water Management District. The month wrapped up … more
From the St. John's River Water Management District July started with Tropical Storm Elsa making landfall on Florida’s northern Gulf Coast, bringing rainy conditions to the St. Johns River Water … more
Lake Apopka’s water level decreased about a half-foot and remained consistent with its regulation schedule at 65.3 feet From St. Johns River Water Management District May rainfall was well … more
From St. Johns River Water Management District While April is usually one of Florida’s drier months, above-average rainfall last month across the St. Johns River Water Management District … more
From St. Johns River Water Management District With below-average rainfall in March across the central and southern ends of the St. Johns River Water Management District, it’s a good reminder … more
From St. Johns River Water Management District February rainfall was above average throughout the St. Johns River Water Management District, although the northern half of the District received … more
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