Atlanta's main source of drinking water has now sunk to its lowest level on record.
Lake Lanier's water level is below the lowest mark set more than 25-years ago.
The diminishing water is evidence of the severe drought gripping the Southeast.
The region has a rainfall deficit of about 20 inches and Lanier alone is more than 18 feet below normal level.
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