Dale C. S. Destin | The past 19 months is the driest such period on record for Antigua, dating back to at least 1928.

Since the deluge of November 2020, December 2020 to June 2022 has yielded only a meagre 983.5 mm (38.72 in), for the island-average rainfall.

This broke the record set for a similar period, December 2014 to June 2016, of 994.4 mm (39.15 in), which was also the record lowest for any consecutive 19 months.

Usually, 19 months ending June averages 1656.3 mm (65.21 in). This means that since December 2020 only 59 percent of the normal amount of rain fell.

The 19-month total of 983.5 mm is less than that for 17 full years. The rainfall total for the last 19 months was less than what usually falls in 12 months – annually.

Read more here: https://268weather.wordpress.com/2022/07/13/record-breaking-dry-19-months-for-antigua/?fbclid=IwAR2aqKznqYzmbQ1Q7KMjHkRL-XlKMjSEhUv67no6xmZD09XbSjBqY8ePJTo