According to the latest U.S. Drought Monitor, since mid-October 2015, stormy weather in many parts of the country — in part driven by a strong El Niño — has significantly reduced U.S. drought coverage from 34.78% to 15.48%, a drop of 19.30%.
During the four-week period ending Feb. 2, contiguous U.S. drought coverage fell 2.9% to 15.48%. U.S. Department of Agriculture chief meteorologist Brad Rippey said this represents the smallest areal coverage of U.S. drought in more th
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