The Packer printed a story on October 16 describing negative impacts of heavy rain in Florida on fresh tomato availability, in a story available here.  Volumes will be down for a few weeks due to losses in Florida and in Baja California, where hurricane-related storms followed by heat and more rain knocked down plantings and reduced acreage. The Florida market is expected to be delayed by 10 days to two weeks but there should be plenty available for the holiday period.