U.S. Has Warmest Year-to-Date As Drought Expands

Climate Central: The U.S. continued its hot streak through June, recording the warmest January-to-June period on record, with drought conditions spreading across the Lower 48 states to an unprecedented degree. According to statistics released Monday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), June was the 14th warmest such month on record, and the past 12 months were the warmest such period on record. At the end of the month, 56 percent of the country was experiencing drought conditions, which......

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