Some climatologists worry that Texas’ mega-drought could endure for years

ClimateWire: Texas State Climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon made headlines last week when he predicted his state's devastating drought could last until 2020. That's yet another heaping helping of bad news for Texas, where unusually dry conditions this year have caused $5.2 billion in damages to the state's agriculture sector. But the prediction is also notable because scientists don't forecast drought years in advance. The federal government's latest drought outlook only extends through December. So is......

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