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November 2020 Outlook Shows Warmer and Drier Conditions Likely to Continue

By Pam Knox

NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center released their final outlook for November yesterday. It shows that for the Southeast, warmer and drier conditions than normal are expected through the month, although there will be some cold periods, including tomorrow morning, which see frost in northern and more elevated parts of the region. This is expected due to the current La Nina we are in now. The CPC also predicted the onset of drought in southeastern Georgia extending over the border into South Carolina. This area was largely missed by the recent tropical rains and has been quite dry.

Source : uga.edu

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