First Signs of Dryness Creeping Into the State's Southwest Corner, Likely to Spread in Weeks AheadThu, 25 Jul 2019 14:26:50 CDT
Warm, sunny summer weather has finally ushered in some of the first signs of dryness in Oklahoma as “Abnormally Dry” conditions have started to creep into the southwestern corner of the state, according to this week’s Drought Monitor.
At present, 5.67% of Oklahoma is under “Abnormally Dry” conditions. The remaining 94.33% is still uncategorized on the Drought scale as has been the case for a few months now.
With little to no chances of rainfall in the forecast, it is likely the dryness will spread in the coming weeks.
For a closer look at this week’s Drought Monitor, click here.
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