The Middle Tombigbee-Lubbub Watershed (HUC 03160106) covers a land area of approximately 4,757 square miles in Alabama and Mississippi. The watershed is characterized by a humid subtropical climate, with hot summers and mild winters. The hydrology of the watershed is dominated by the Tombigbee River, which flows through the region and contributes to the formation of several reservoirs in the area. The watershed receives an average annual precipitation of about 57 inches, with the majority of this falling during the winter and spring months. Snow is a rare occurrence in the region. Surface water in the watershed is primarily used for agricultural and industrial purposes, and the reservoirs are important sources of drinking water for the local communities. Interesting climatic trends in the area include an increase in extreme weather events, such as hurricanes and floods, which have had significant impacts on the region in recent years.