As a result of the recent rains across the Southeast, the Drought map for Georgia this week is all White — No Drought Conditions.
The following is copy from the latest release from the National Drought Mitigation Center:
Within the announcement, there are a few links that will provide additional information. These include:
U.S. Drought Monitor statistics (Drought Map)
U.S. Drought Monitor for July 25, 2017:
For the contiguous 48 states, the U.S. Drought Monitor showed 10.98 percent of the area in moderate drought or worse, compared with 10.58 percent a week earlier.
Drought now affects 18,307,190 people, compared with 18,740,169 a week earlier.
For all 50 U.S. states and Puerto Rico, the U.S. Drought Monitor showed 10.38 percent of the area in moderate drought or worse, compared with 10.03 percent a week earlier.
Drought now affects 18,603,590 people, compared with 18,952,283 a week earlier.
To find populations affected by drought for specific states or time periods please visit http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/MapsAndData/DataTables.aspx
Just select one of the Population types from the Statistic Type pulldown.
The attachments include the weekly map and narrative as well as the one-week change map.
For complete U.S. Drought Monitor statistics and additional products and information, please visit http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu
“U.S. Crops in Drought” is updated each week: