31% of the state is under Severe or worse drought conditions now.
It's too early to take a stab at a winter outlook, but here's a first look.
Monitoring progress of Hermine, tropical cyclone number Nine.
Peak tropical storm and hurricane season September/October.
Hit and miss showers and thunderstorms still not a drought buster.
A complete reversal of the wind patterns that brought drought and heat commencing.
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.
After patchy light frost Sunday and Monday, an even colder air mass targets this weekend.
Unstable weather lingers but improvement for the weekend.
24-36 hours of unsettled and changeable weather with some risks.
A slow moving low pressure and frontal system brings weather risks Thursday-Friday.