Most Antiguans alive have never endured a November like the just ended one. The month was second driest on record, dating back to 1928. It registered a near record-breaking 29.2 mm (1.15 in) of rainfall, the lowest since 25.1 mm (0.99 in) in 1947, almost 75 years ago. This very rare November rainfall event has around a 0.7 percent chance annually or once every 143 years, on average.
Climatologist Dale Destin takes a look at this historical event. Read more here: