Abundance, Droughts and Floods

Great bounty is the median measure of Alabama’s water supply. But a lot depends on where and when the rain falls.

ABOVE UAH professor John Christy is state climatologist for Alabama. Photo by Dennis Keim During the hot, dry days of summer, when some drought-ridden municipalities restrict water usage and warn against burning brush, it can seem like the state of Alabama just doesn’t get the rainfall it used to get. But that assumption would be…

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