Desperate Drought-Stricken Southeast Will Quench Thirst

November 29, 2016 11:27 AM

The southeastern United States has been battling drought for months, and it looks like help is on the way.

According to Mike Hoffman, AgDay meteorologist, a double-barrel low pressure system will bring snow to the Dakotas and rain to the southeast. Computer models show the area will receive 3 to 4 inches of rain in 36 hours.

“[It] is a little too much too quickly, but nonetheless you have to take it,” said Hoffman.

Watch Hoffman’s full weather forecast Tuesday on AgDay above.

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