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Only a tiny area of drought remains in Southeast

The latest Drought Monitor indicates that all drought is now gone from Georgia and northern Florida, leaving only a small area of moderate drought in the very southern tip of the Florida peninsula.  That area of the Southeast has been dry for the last month as the most active rainfall track has been on the northern side of the Southeast.  Southern Florida is expected to get fairly heavy rain in the next seven days, and that may wipe out the small amount of drought that is left.

dm southeast 11-29-2015