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November’s dry conditions expand drought across Georgia

Above-normal temperatures were once again the story in most of Georgia in November.  The only areas that were cooler than average were the wettest areas from previous months, since the sun’s energy was directed into evaporating soil moisture rather than raising temperatures.  In contrast to previous months, the driest part…
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Last day of fall preliminary statistics

For those of us in weather and climate, today is the last day of fall.  While the final statistics are not in yet (we still have today to get through), here’s a peek at the fall climate statistics.  The precipitation map, as expected shows the split between the wet coastal…
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