Rabun County’s outlook regarding the drought remains consistent.
According to the latest statistics from the United States Drought Monitor, Rabun County remains abnormally dry, with a small portion in the Sky Valley area still drought free.
Rabun County has been slowly coming out of drought conditions for the past few weeks, and was considered abnormally dry for much of the month of August.
Regionally, both Habersham and Stephens County remain abnormally dry.
Oconee County, South Carolina is still classified as being partially drought free, partially abnormally dry, and partially in a moderate drought. Macon County North Carolina is now totally drought free.