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Abnormally dry, drought conditions now cover Kansas US Drought Monitor maps

All of Kansas, including the KVOE listening area, is now at least abnormally dry.


The US Drought Monitor made that announcement Thursday, reflecting little to no rainfall for over a month across the Flint Hills and elsewhere in the state. Virtually no rainfall has come to the area since Sept. 11.

Abnormally dry conditions are the standard for most of Kansas, and the KVOE listening area has been listed as abnormally dry now for two weeks. A mix of moderate, severe and extreme drought can be found along the Colorado border.

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