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Impacts in the Missouri River Basin

Understanding drought-related impacts is critical for monitoring and responding to drought. To manage drought, you have to monitor impacts, and understand vulnerabilities or the consequences of those impacts.

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The DIR is an interactive database of drought impacts in the U.S., by location, date, type, and cost, built from stakeholder, government, media and other reports.
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Current and three-month outlooks from Predictive Services, National Interagency Fire Center.
Sample map of the Percentage of Crops and Livestock in Drought
The USDA produces monthly maps and charts showing locations and percentages of drought-affected areas which produce corn, soybeans, hay, cattle, and winter wheat. (Sample image; click for current.)
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Map shows counties declared primary (red) or contiguous (orange) disaster counties, where producers may be eligible for emergency aid.
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CoCoRaHS (the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network) is a community-based network of volunteers who measure and map precipitation, to provide data for resource, education and research applications. Find your state in the CoCoRaHS network.
Sample of the Quarterly Regional Climate Impacts and Outlooks
NOAA and its partners publish regional statements each quarter, summarizing weather highlights, anomalies and impacts for the past season and predictions for the upcoming season. You can find the most recent Outlooks here, or use the Document Search, applying the title "Quarterly."