Calif. Heads for Warmest Year As Drought Hangs On

Climate Central: Heavy precipitation fell across parts of the West in September, and while some locations saw top-10 wettest Septembers, much of the region is still mired in deep drought. Part of that is due to the excess heat that's afflicted the region this year, including what's been the warmest year to date in California according to U.S. temperature data released on Tuesday. In a role reversal, the normally parched landscape of the Southwest saw record rainfall while verdant New England had a top-10 driest......

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