Northern Alabama Celebrates End of Drought

As heavy rain blurs the vision of the common passerby, the U.S. Drought Monitor poises to announce the conclusion of a two-year bout of dry weather in Alabama’s northern region. This month has seen almost eight inches of rain — more than the past three months combined. With ponds overflowing and water levels rising, area officials are opening the floodgates for the first time in almost two years.

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Source: Times Daily

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