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Not much change to weekend temperature forecast

I wrote yesterday about the potential two nights of frost that may cause problems in southern Georgia, Alabama, and Florida this weekend. The latest forecast shows just a slight improvement in overnight temperatures on Friday night into Saturday morning, with the cold air taking a bit longer to move into…
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Precipitation reduces drought in North Carolina and Virginia

The latest Drought Monitor, released today, shows that moderate (D1) drought in Virginia and North Carolina have decreased by about half over the last week. Other areas of the region have stayed about the same, with only very minor changes. The drought in Puerto Rico did not change this week….
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New ACF Basin Drought and Water Dashboard and Story Map now available

This week the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS) and its partners launched a brand new dashboard with a lot of information on climate, water, and drought in the Southeastern United States, particularly the ACF (Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint) Basin. They thank you and all the participants in the design process for being…
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ACF Basin Drought and Water Update for January 2022

If you missed the monthly webinar on water and drought conditions in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River basin earlier today, you can watch the video recording here or read a summary of the webinar with images here. Fortunately, at the moment there is no drought in the ACF basin.
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