Drought Monitor Weekly: Mostly Wet, Southwest Stays Dry

🕔Apr 18, 2019Summary Two rapidly-moving strong storm systems, one “bombing out” in the central Plains during mid-week while a second storm intensified over the middle Mississippi Valley during the weekend, brought severe […]

Drought Monitor Weekly: General Improvements for South, Northwest

🕔Apr 12, 2019Summary After a dry March, a series of storms brought much needed precipitation to the Pacific Northwest, staving off further degradations in Washington and resulting in local flooding and broad […]

NOAA Drought Monitor Weekly: Midwest Floods Continue; Dryness in South

🕔Apr 4, 2019Summary Large portions of the continental United States remained free of drought or abnormal dryness this week. The Northeast was completely free of drought or abnormal dryness, as was the […]

Drought Monitor Weekly: Midwest Flooding, Elsewhere Mostly Dry

🕔Mar 29, 2019Summary Dryness and drought intensified across parts of the South, while the overall trend toward drought recovery continued in the Four Corners region. Elsewhere, dryness concerns increased in the Northwest […]

Drought Monitor Weekly: CA Drought Free for 1st Time Since 2011

🕔Mar 22, 2019Summary A historic major winter storm impacted much of the country this past week with blizzard conditions, category-2 hurricane-force winds, heavy rain, thunderstorms, tornadoes, and flooding. Funnel clouds and tornadoes […]

Drought Monitor Weekly: Wettest Winter on Record, Storms Continue

🕔Mar 15, 2019Summary As spring nears, winter has kept its grip over much of the country. Temperatures were below average across the contiguous U.S, up to 25 degrees below normal for the […]

Drought Monitor Weekly: Storm Across East, West; Midsouth Dry

🕔Mar 7, 2019Summary Bitterly cold conditions settled over central portions of the nation, while stormy weather prevailed over parts of the eastern and western U.S. The Southeastern rain afforded localized relief from […]

Drought Monitor Weekly: Snow Blankets West; Flooding in the South

🕔Mar 1, 2019Summary A pair of late-winter storms blanketed large areas of the West with snow, easing drought; bolstering high-elevation snowpack; and further improving spring and summer runoff prospects. The first storm […]

Drought Monitor Weekly: Lowland Flooding, Widespread Heavy Snows

🕔Feb 22, 2019Summary Powerful, late-winter storms crossed the country, delivering periods of heavy precipitation in much of the West; significant snow across the North; and additional rain in the Ohio Valley and […]

Drought Monitor Weekly: West Remains Wet; Southern Plains Dry

🕔Feb 15, 2019Southeast Dryness and drought only exist in southeastern Florida. Several tenths of an inch fell on northern sections of the dry area, and little or none fell on central and […]

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