Things aren't that normal in South Florida either. For years I have seen hatching's almost every month of the year but I only see one breeding season and the normal nesting season.
This year nesting started about 3 weeks earlier but lasted 8 weeks instead of 5. You may recall I helped a neighbor last year trap 55 actively digging nests on his piece of paradise and this year the count was 51. Most of those appeared to be new adults that would not have been nesting last year. That should show how big the problem is here because 95% of the population died when they froze a handful of years ago.
I read once but don't recall where that the females can store the sperm plugs and use them when needed even a year later.