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NOAA: A Warmer and Drier Winter in the South

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2020 NOAA’s winter forecast for the U.S. favors warmer, drier conditions across the southern tier of the U.S., and cooler, wetter conditions in the North, thanks in part to an ongoing La Nina. Forecasters at NOAA’s…

Alabama Agriculture Damage Cost

Hurricane Michael has caused Alabama almost 204-million dollars in agricultural damage. Cotton farmers suffered the greatest losses but the storm affected every portion of agriculture. More than 200-thousand cotton acres in damage equal almost 108-million dollars. Peanut losses are…

Southern Peaches in Short Supply

According to agriculture experts, a warmer than normal winter combined with a late spring freeze have put the famed fruit in short supply. In Georgia, peaches will be ready to sell earlier than usual, but crops will run out by…

Rain Pounds The South As Flood Threat Spreads To Carolinas

Associated Press The threat of flooding continues across several southern states as heavy rain soaked the area and prompted new flood watches in the Carolinas while a massive storm system swept eastward. The National Weather Service said flash flood watches…

Trending Topics with Mallory Hagan

Monday, April 24, 2017, marked Confederate Memorial Day. A topic that was trending on both Facebook and Twitter, Mallory Hagan reads viewer comments on whether or not we should observe the holiday. Follow…

The Dee Armstrong Show 04-07-17

The Dee Armstrong Show producer, Sherale Booker, went out on special assignment to cover Creative South held at the Springer Opera House from Thursday, April 6th-Sunday, April 9th and shares more on why…