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Find out about drought conditions in Georgia. Our page offers links to maps and data, as well as Georgia and National drought links, drought resources from other agencies, and pertinent publications.
Georgia DroughtWatch Maps
Average streamflow maps:
USGS Drought Links
Check your faucets at home -- do any of them drip? Enough unchecked drips in enough houses can add up to a flood of wasted water—a disturbing fact in those parts of the country in drought conditions. Use our handy drip calculator to see how many gallons of water can go down the drain if your drippy faucets keep dripping.
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