The Southeast region experienced near-average temperatures the last 30 days with recent spring temperature swings. Although precipitation has been hit or miss due to the springtime thunderstorms, streamflows are mostly near-to-above normal across the region. Drought conditions persist in the eastern Carolinas and southern Georgia. Anticipated rain over the next week will help improve this precipitation deficit, but this still needs to be monitored carefully as the region continues through the spring and water demand increases. Looking farther ahead, the three-month Southeast outlooks depict a higher probability of above-normal temperatures, streamflows to continue in the near-normal range, and some additional drought development across the region.