Rainfall continues to impact parts of the Southeast, though much of the region is still observing dry conditions.
According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, much of the west coast of Florida is either extremely dry or severely dry. These include Levy, Citrus, Hernando, Sumter, Pasco, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Polk, Manatee, Hardee, Sarasota, Desoto and Charlotte counties.
Most of the central part of Florida is moderately dry, starting as far north as Gilchrist and Alachua counties and stretching as far south as Collier County.
Alabama’s only abnormally dry conditions are seen along the Alabama-Georgia state line in Russell, Barbour and Henry counties, and in the northern part of the state in Morgan, Limestone, Madison, Jackson and Marshall counties.
Georgia’s driest conditions are concentrated to the southwest part of the state. They start as far north as Taylor, Crawford and Peach counties, stretch as far south as Mitchell, Colquitt and Cook counties and as far east as Coffee and Telfair counties. Ware, Charlton and Camden counties in Southeast Georgia are abnormally dry.
Most counties along the eastern area of South Carolina are abnormally dry, while only a few areas are abnormally dry in North Carolina.