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Areas in worst drought categories rise by 50 percent, US says

The drought ruining crops, shrinking water supplies and exacerbating wildfires intensified dramatically over the last week, U.S. forecasters reported Thursday.
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Philip Zanti • 1 year ago

Areas in worst drought categories rise by 50 percent, US says - U.S. News

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