Drought-Less Region: Sufficient Moisture Remains in Alabama, Florida and Georgia

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According to Thursday’s release of the U.S. Drought Monitor, most of the Southeast continues to have sufficient moisture amid a wet summer.

No areas of Alabama or Georgia are abnormally dry. Only a small part of Miami-Dade County in Florida is abnormally dry.

South Carolina has sufficient moisture, except for a small region across the northwest part of the state. There is still an area in North Carolina the encompasses about 30 counties that is still abnormally dry.