A more active pattern of precipitation in January and early February helped alleviate drought conditions following a dry November and December. We are still in a La Niña Advisory, and it should continue through April. The three-month outlook shows a higher probability of above-normal temperatures and below-normal precipitation. Streamflow levels are moving back to normal. Some flooding is still expected for late winter/early spring, which is common as this is the recharge period in the region, but the magnitude and number of flood events will likely be below what is typical for the period. Want to learn more about river flood climatology in the Southeast? Check out today’s special presentation! This webinar also provides an introduction to the updated State Climate Summaries.