The Lower Chattahoochee Watershed, also known as HUC 03130004, covers approximately 7,000 square miles in Georgia and Alabama. The hydrology of the watershed is primarily influenced by the Chattahoochee River, which flows for 430 miles through the region. The region experiences relatively mild winters, with snow being a rare occurrence. Surface water resources in the watershed include several large reservoirs, including Lake Harding, West Point Lake, and Lake Eufaula. These reservoirs are used for various purposes, including hydroelectric power generation, recreation, and water supply. Water quality in the watershed is influenced by agricultural practices and urbanization. The region is also prone to severe weather events, including tornadoes and severe thunderstorms. In recent years, there has been a trend towards warmer temperatures and increased precipitation in the region, which has implications for water resources and agriculture.