Slightly steamier temperatures are in tap for Palm Beach County during this year’s upcoming rainy season, but don’t expect an increase in the number of soggy afternoons.
The rainy season, in which about 70 percent of South Florida’s rain falls, could start as early as this weekend, weather and water officials said Thursday at the National Weather Service in Miami.
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The following are average rainfall totals and temperatures in Palm Beach County during rainy-season months:
May — 5.39 inches; 78.2 degrees
June — 7.58 inches; 81.2 degrees
July — 5.97 inches; 82.5 degrees
August — 6.65 inches; 82.8 degrees
September — 8.10 inches; 81.7 degrees
October — 5.46 inches; 78.1 degrees