Over the weekend it was reported that wildfires have forced more than 1,000 people from their homes and destroyed 14 houses as fires spread over more than 45 square miles southeast Georgia. The drought has become severe in northwest and south Georgia and moderate in much of the rest of the state according to the state climatologist. In many areas of Georgia they are between 10 and 15 inches or more behind the amount of rainfall they normally would have received by this time of year.
Since June, the state has already prohibited watering between ten am and four pm and required residents to water only every other day. Environmental Protection Division Director Carol Couch says the new ban will prevent lawn watering also between four pm and midnight.
So, basically you only be allowed to water from midnight to ten am.