Rains From Isaac Don’t Put Much Dent in U.S. Drought

Climate Central: Despite locally drenching rains from the remnants of Hurricane Isaac, the worst drought in more than 50 years is still firmly entrenched across much of the U.S. According to the new U.S. Drought Monitor, released Thursday, the numbers didn't change dramatically across the country, but the locations of the worst drought conditions did shift. The remnants of Isaac eased the dryness dramatically in Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, and Louisiana, while rains also moistened states in the mid-Atlantic......

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