When the monsoon is over, it takes a couple of days in the dry season for the puddles to dry out. No big deal, right? Except it doesn't work as intended, or at least not the way it used to. I'm currently in the beginning of the mild season already, and this is what I witnessed today:
1. Puddles never completely disappear on some islands, their source "tiles" (as big as a sandbag) are still visible and stepping on them makes you wet. Some of them are NOT visible and they still make you wet.
2. Puddles expand like tides during dusk and night. Except it happened in dry season and they shouldn't have been there in the first place.
3. Standing next to puddles during the day in dry season seams to make them disappear completely, but when a Dragoon Egg hits near them during volcanic rain, they suddenly appear on their previous spots, and come dusk they start expanding.
4. I'm currently in the mild season and my island still has many flooded areas that I rarely visit. Didn't check on other islands yet, but I bet every flood that was offline didn't disappear properly.
So, that is that. I hope my feedback was useful. Really look forward to a fix for these issues.
Steps to Reproduce
1. Start a new SW world in 193934. 2. Play through the seasons, wait for monsoon floods to kick in. 3. Play further into the dry season, see if the puddles behave as they should. 4. (optional) Try to wait through a volcanic rain standing near seemingly dried out puddles, see if an Egg landing nearby will make them reappear in the same spots.
This issue has been fixed in either a future version or updated in a previous version.