It was a transient feature at long ranges in the model; it was gone by the time the next run came around and is not present in any later runs. When those features start becoming persistent -- long lasting in one run and continuous from run to run of the model -- then it's worth taking note of. That's still some time in the future, though.
As for rain in Florida -- give it a month or so. This is typically our dry season and the weak La Nina conditions we experienced in the spring only enhanced things (La Ninas, for those who don't know, are typically very dry for the Florida peninsula). As we move toward summer, the sea breeze should get going and bring most everyone out of the dry conditions. Until then, it may seem a bit like 1998-2000 out there.
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