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National Integrated Drought Information System
A Very Wet Week has Improved, But Not Eliminated, Drought in the Southern Plains
Slow and Steady Improvements in Persistent Southern Plains Drought
A Soggy End to October + El Niño Winter: Drought Is Expected to Improve, but Remain
Conditions are expected to improve after a summer of intense drought.
Extreme Heat Intensifies Drought Across Texas
Drought Relief Arrives to Western Kansas and the Oklahoma/Texas Panhandles
The Current Conditions page features national conditions. You can also explore maps of current and future conditions by state, watershed, county, or city.