Texas, Oklahoma Drought ‘All But Over’

Climate Central: While the Western drought has its claws firmly dug in, the nearly five-year drought that has gripped Oklahoma and Texas is on its last legs, thanks to recent torrents of rain, government climate scientists said Thursday. "I think the Texas drought is pretty much all but over,' Victor Murphy, climate services program manager for the National Weather Service's Southern Region, said during a press teleconference. The last vestiges will likely disappear over the next few months as forecasters with......

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