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NWS: Water Resources Outlook

The National Weather Service’s Southeast River Forecast Center has produced a new Water Outlook for the Southeast. You can view the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcA1nNe_RoM&feature=youtu.be.
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Updated outlook for May and June 2019 and beyond

Producers are all busy working in their fields, planting, spraying, and irrigating. Some folks are making hay or working on small grains as well. Here is a look ahead at the weather and climate for the next few weeks. The major feature of the weather across the Southeast for the…
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Moderate drought decreases in all affected Southeastern states

The latest Drought Monitor, released this morning, shows that the extent of moderate drought was reduced in South Carolina and Georgia and removed from Alabama and Florida in response to recent rain and cooler temperatures. With virtually no rain expected in the next week along with very warm temperatures, we…
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May 2019 so far is warmer and wetter than normal

After the first two weeks, May 2019 is slightly wetter than normal across the region, with a drier than normal area in eastern North Carolina. Temperatures across most of the region are well above normal, especially in the Carolinas and Virginia. In spite of the above-normal rainfall, the hot temperatures…
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NOAA: US has relatively warm and wet April 2019

The latest monthly climate summary for the US was released by NOAA last week. It shows that for the contiguous US, this April was relatively warm, especially along the coasts. Most of the Southeast was warmer and wetter than usual except for a few areas in southern Georgia, where moderate…
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A rainy weekend may improve drought conditions

This weekend most of the Southeast will see rain, and some of it could be substantial where thunderstorms occur. After that, the rain will mostly be confined to south Florida and Virginia. The rain could help to alleviate dry conditions in the areas that have been suffering from dry soils,…
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