A Sublime Sunday on the Southern Tip of the Key Peninsula

The ducks at our neighbor’s pond were absolutely content with the sun beaming down on their deck.
John’s Bay was picture perfect this afternoon.

What a sublime Sunday.

The winds died down. Sunshine dominated our day. The Hawks come from behind in overtime to beat a feisty Buccaneers football team. El Sombrero’s guacamole was simply delectable.

The weather Monday is supposed to be more of the same: the high temperature a tad cooler at 48 and partly cloudy, according to the weather geeks.

Then rain is in our forecast. Not surprising since November is a wet month, averaging 6.72 inches. November also holds the record of third wettest month all-time at 21.61 inches in 1909. Our highest single day rainfall was recorded at 6.3 inches on Nov. 25, 1964.

As I said, be ready for the rain.

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