Second Half of June
06:16 PM EDT - 18 June 2001
The second half of june should be much quieter. Rain has been occuring nearly every day in Central Florida for the past few weeks. Which is helping quite a bit from our dry spell. It still will take a while of this to get out of it, however.
Allison is gone for good now, after soaking many states and causing flooding as well as 45 deaths. That system will hopefully be our only June storm.
The only thing worth watching now is a wave to the east of the Caribbean, in the Atlantic, which is pretty well put together. It is entering an area hostile for development. It will have to be watched if it makes it across the Central Caribbean.