Latest Drought Monitor shows Middle Tennessee conditions improving
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) —
The latest drought monitor shows improving conditions.
Most counties in the FOX 17 viewing area are either no longer under a drought or are the lowest on the drought monitor as "abnormally dry."
Western and northern counties appear to be out of a drought, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor released Jan. 19.
Meanwhile, Davidson and surrounding counties are categorized as "abnormally dry."
Drought monitors are released each Thursday.
FOX 17 will continue to monitor the drought conditions in Middle Tennessee. Keep checking back for updates.