Northwest Oklahoma Sees Dramatic Changes to Dry Conditions in Latest Drought MonitorThu, 13 Apr 2017 17:06:54 CDT
Oklahoma's State Climatologist Gary McManus illustrates in this week’s drought monitor report, that over the last several days, there has been wide scale changes in drought condition across the Northwestern two-thirds of the state, as well as the Southeastern corner. Between all that, little to no change from the previous week.
Chances of precipitation in the state over the next week look promising, particularly over the western half. Decent rainfall should follow a series of storms arriving early next week.
For more information on this week’s drought monitor, check out the Oklahoma Mesonet website.
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