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Drought Continues to Expand through Central U.S.

Posted by feww on December 7, 2012


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Global Disasters/ Significant Events

‘Abnormally Dry’ to ‘Exceptional Drought’ conditions plague more than ¾ of Contiguous United States

More than 76 percent of Contiguous United States was covered by Abnormally Dry to Exceptional Drought conditions, as of December 4, 2012, U.S. Drought Monitor said.

US Drought Map 4dec2012

  • The ongoing drought is seriously impacting winter wheat crop and restricting the movement of essential commodities along receding waterways.
    • Drought conditions in the South have expanded by 5 percent, covering additional parts of Texas, Oklahoma,  Missouri, Louisiana and Kansas.
    • The winter wheat conditions are worse than any November on record, USDA reported.
    • More than 65 percent of the new winter wheat crop is in drought areas.
    • Many producers may be forced to abandon the crop due to its extremely poor condition, USDA said.
  • Record high temperatures kept 2012 on track for the warmest year on record, NOAA said.
    • The year-to-date has been the warmest first 11 months of any year on record for the contiguous United States.
  • Nebraska remained the worst hit state with 100% of the area plagued by Severe to Exception Drought conditions (D2 – D4 on the U.S. Drought Monitor scale).

NEBRASKA drought map

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