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Drought conditions in the Deep South continuing to go downhill
« on: November 11, 2016, 04:13:26 PM »
This may not necessarily be "Hazardous Weather" but the repercussions associated with it such as water shortages and especially wildfires are definitely hazardous. Where I live in Alabama, we have gone a record 54th day with no measurable rainfall. There are similar conditions in Atlanta, Chattanooga, the Smokey Mountains and elsewhere in the southeast all the way to the gulf coast.
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