U.S. Drought Deepens
Posted by feww on November 29, 2012
About 76 percent of continental United States abnormally dry or worse
‘Abnormally Dry’ to ‘Exceptional Drought’ conditions cover nearly 76 percent of contiguous U.S., an increase of more than 2 percent since last week.
Global Disasters: Links, Forecasts and Background
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