Drought Not Expected to Ease in May

The month of May isn’t bringing any improvements to drought-stricken states, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association’s (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center. According to the agency’s monthly drought outlook, drought conditions will continue from the state of Washington to the Mexico border and into Texas and parts of the High Plains as a chance for warmer-than-average-temperatures increase. One bright spot is that the eastern portion of the southern Great Plains is likely to see drought conditions improve or end. Read more.

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