Minnesota climate runs wet, then dry, then wet again

MPR News: New drought information suggests that Minnesota might be moving toward a "wet-dry" climate like that in parts of Africa, says Paul Huttner, senior meteorologist for MPR News. The U.S. Drought Monitor, released Thursday morning, said that more than half of Minnesota is in drought, some of it severe — "basically between Wilmar, St. Cloud and the Twin Cities, that bull's-eye right in the central part of Minnesota," Huttner said. "That drought was wiped out this spring," Huttner said. "All of the Midwest......

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