Dry conditions continue to be virtually non-existent across the Southeast. Due to persistent rains this summer, the majority of the Southeast region has sufficient moisture, according to Thursday’s release of the U.S. Drought Monitor.
There are abnormally dry conditions in Florida, Georgia or Alabama.
A small portion of Greenville County and Spartanburg County in South Carolina is abnormally dry.
A block of counties in western North Carolina remains abnormally dry. These stretch as far west as Henderson County and Buncombe County and as far east as Caswell County and Person County.