Drought conditions are starting to persist across the Southeast region.
In Florida, abnormally dry conditions are present across the north-to-northeast part of the state; as far west as Hamilton County, stretching to Nassau County. Dry conditions are present along the Atlantic Coast, stretching as far south as Brevard County and Indian River County.
In Georgia, abnormally dry conditions are located in the southeast part of the state. They stretch as far west as Lowndes County and as far east as Camden County and Glynn County. Abnormally dry conditions are also located in east Georgia; as far south as Long County and Wayne County, as far north as Burke County and Richmond County and along the Atlantic Coast in Effingham County and Screven County.
There are no abnormally dry conditions in Alabama.
In South Carolina, abnormally dry conditions are located in the northwestern part of the state, including Spartanburg County and Cherokee County, and stretching to the coast, including Horry County, Georgetown County and Charleston County.
In North Carolina, abnormally dry conditions are located in the southern part of the state, stretching as far west as Cleveland County, as well as the northeast. There are also moderately dry conditions that include Pamlico County, Craven County, Beaufort County, Lenoir County, Greene County, Pitt County, Edgecomb County, Martin County and Washington County.