The Climate Prediction Center says they expect the drought conditions to slowly improve over the next few months in the Peach State and surrounding states. The area has been helped by beneficial winter rains. Meanwhile, the wet stuff is still hard to come by in Central Florida and forecasters expect the drought conditions to spread north toward the Lower Suwannee Valley. Climatologists say the ongoing La Nina pattern favors drier-than-normal weather in Florida and can created an increased risk for wildfires.
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