The hit or miss feast or famine storms not enough to balance heat so drought worsens.
We may not yet be putting a dent in the drought, but at least it's not worsening-- for now.
The lack of rain lets dry soils help make for a hotter summer.
We saw above-normal precipitation in winter, but ever since it has been dry for almost 5 months.
As I feared in my blog back in May and on June 2 and 9 drought deepens in Georgia.
Drought continues to plague crops lawns and other plants without irrigation.
Scattered thunderstorms welcome to stave off drought in Georgia.
Definitely not expected to be a cool summer, but not brutally hot either (June-August average)
After the recent cool spell, mother nature turns up the heat
Early odds have this summer in Georgia being normal to warmer than normal with near normal rainfall.