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Drought Monitor for the Week Ending November 28, 2013


South Carolina:

This week the Palmetto State is reporting no changes from last week, with still over 90% of the state in the abnormally dry conditions category. These conditions are covering all but the upper west counties of Oconee, Pickens, Greenville and Anderson. The rest of the state is abnormally dry.

North Carolina:

Conditions did not change this week. The abnormally dry category is steady at just over 75% of the state. The dry conditions in the state are concentrated across the entire central part of the state, from the Virginia to the South Carolina border and continue to move further east and west, just about reaching the coast. The most western counties are the very east coast are still drought free.


This week brought a little change to the state of Virginia. There is still just over 62% reporting abnormally dry conditions, up 10% from two weeks ago. The drought is concentrated in the central part of the state and slowly moving outward. is dedicated to serving the agricultural industry in the Carolinas and Virginia with the latest ag news, exclusive regional weather station readings, and key crop market information. The website is a companion of the Southern Farm Network, provider of daily agricultural radio programming to the Carolinas since 1974. presents radio programs, interviews and news relevant to crop and livestock production and research throughout the mid-Atlantic agricultural community.