Tue., April 16, 2013 4:00pm
Lake Lanier is back up to its full water level for the first time in two years. That’s good news for homeowners, boaters and others using the lake. But some worry Georgians will give up the few water restrictions they may be following now.
Fri., February 8, 2013 2:15pm
Northeast Georgia counties are no longer in drought. It’s thanks to the recent rains. Central Georgia still faces the worst drought conditions.
Fri., September 9, 2011 8:31am
Gov. Nathan Deal has dismissed Georgia's longtime state climatologist, but there was confusion about what transpired and the climatologist says he was never told of the development. Deal appointed a state employee to take over the state climatologist's job. Bill Murphey replaces David Stooksbury
Thu., September 1, 2011 8:37am
Georgia's state climatologist says extreme drought conditions have now spread into north Georgia and cover most of the state south of the mountains. Climatologist David Stooksbury says all of Georgia's counties are now classified as being in moderate, severe or extreme drought.
Tue., May 17, 2011 1:17pm
Most of middle and south Georgia is rated as being in moderate to severe drought, and the state's climatologist isn't holding out hope for improvement soon.
Thu., November 4, 2010 3:07pm
The first widespread frost of the season could set in Friday night and Saturday morning. The National Weather Service predicts temperatures in the upper 20’s and lower 30’s for the northern half of the state. Assistant State Climatologist Pam Knox says while it may seem sudden, this first frost is right on time.
Wed., September 8, 2010 4:09pm
Daytime summer temperatures were warm, but not abnormally so for most of the state from June through August. An exception was in west Georgia, where Columbus had its warmest-ever daytime summer readings. But in reviewing average nighttime temperatures, state climatologist David Stooksbury found records or near-records were set most everywhere.
Thu., December 31, 2009 4:05pm
Georgia's 2009 weather will be remembered as a year the state took a sharp
Wed., September 9, 2009 3:17pm
Parts of northeast Georgia, as well as the Augusta and Athens area, experie