Oklahoma Panhandle in Extreme Drought

KSCB News - July 26, 2012 5:54 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The U.S. Drought Monitor is to release its

latest report on drought conditions in Oklahoma and across the

United States.

The Drought Monitor releases the reports each Thursday. Last

week’s report showed drought conditions in Oklahoma were

intensifying and there has been little rain in the state since

then.

There is though a chance for showers in parts of the state

beginning Thursday.

Last week’ report showed the Oklahoma Panhandle, northwestern

Oklahoma and far southeastern Oklahoma in extreme drought. Severe

drought is reported from southwestern across northern and into

east-central sections.

 

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