Downpours From Sandy Fail to Ease Drought in U.S

Climate Central: Despite the torrential rains, and in some cases heavy snows, dumped on the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states by Hurricane Sandy, the drought that has gripped much of the nation since last spring continues to plague the Lower 48 States, according to the latest report of the U.S. Drought Monitor. As of October 30, the entire continental U.S. west of the Mississippi, with the exception of the Pacific Northwest and a couple of patches in Texas, was at least abnormally dry, with large parts of Oklahoma,......

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