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National Integrated Drought Information System
Increased Risk for Drought Development in Portions of the Midwest Over the Next Few Weeks
Mixed Hydrological Signals Hold Most of the Region in Status Quo—But Teetering Toward Dryness
Drought Persists in Portions of North Central U.S., with Flash Drought in Missouri
2023 Winter Deluge Provides Relief Across Much of the West, But Long-Term Drought Questions Remain
Rapid Snowmelt in the Pacific Northwest Contrasts with a Slow Melt of the Record Snowpack in the Rest of the West
Patchy Moderate Drought (D1) Returns to Southern New England and Southeastern New York