Alabama Drought Outreach
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The AUWRC, in partnership with the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS), strives to better inform and prepare Alabama and the Southeast for the many challenges of periodic droughts.
To achieve this, the AUWRC has hosted a monthly drought webinar (every 2 weeks during drought status) since 2011 for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) River Basin that lies within the states of Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. Each webinar addresses local and regional weather, climate, surface water, and groundwater conditions and forecasts impacting the ACF River Basin and the Southeastern U.S. as a whole.
SUBSCRIBE TO THE ACF DROUGHT LIST
REGISTER FOR THE SE CLIMATE WEBINAR
The monthly Southeast Climate Webinar is held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 9 AM Central/ 10AM Eastern.
INTRODUCING THE ACF RIVER BASIN DROUGHT AND WATER DASHBOARD!
In January 2022, NOAA’s NIDIS, in partnership with state and regional partners, launched the ACF River Basin Drought and Water Dashboard and ACF Drought StoryMap. These resources were developed in response to a request from regional stakeholders and improve the ability to view real-time information with interactive, shareable, and easy-to-understand graphics on current and predicted drought conditions.
RECENT ACF Webinars
January 2022 - video
NOVEMBER 2021 - video
OCTOBER 2021 - video
SEPTEMBER 2021 - video
AUGUST 2021 - Video
July 2021 - Video
June 2021 - Video
MAy 2021 - Video