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U.S. Drought Monitor: Conditions improved for Columbia
Recent rains have helped conditions for Columbia improve from Moderate Drought (D1) to Abnormally Dry (D0), according to this week's U.S. Drought Monitor report.
The Climate Prediction Center's July Drought Outlook, released on June 30, 2022, predicted that drought conditions would not develop in July, although last week's report did move the area into Moderate Drought temporarily.
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