Measuring the impacts of a single extreme weather event can be difficult. Extension agents in Florida have an even tougher job since they are assessing delayed impacts from a frost last spring plus both Hurricanes Ian and Nicole, some of which ran over the same area. If an area was already impacted by one event and then has another on top of it, how do you break down the contribution of the separate events? Not an easy job, especially when information is hard to get because producers are busy trying to recover. This article from Growing Produce discusses some of the problems with making a good assessment and provides a link for Florida producers to report impacts.