Except for a small part of South Florida and portions of South Carolina and North Carolina, the Southeast has sufficient moisture, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. Georgia and Alabama received enough rainfall this past week to where there are no parts of either state that are abnormally dry.
The only part of Florida that is abnormally dry is the extreme southern portion of the state, as far as south as Martin County along the Atlantic Coast and Palm Beach and Hendry counties. Most of Collier County remains in a moderate drought.
The eastern part of South Carolina is abnormally dry, as is North Carolina along the Atlantic Coast. There are also a few counties in both states that are in a moderate drought.
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