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National Integrated Drought Information System
National Weather Service, U.S. Drought Monitor
Drought information statements were ingested from the various National Weather Service Weather Forecast Offices (WFO). WFOs with statements published within the past 35 days are joined with spatial data for visualization purposes.
U.S. Billion-Dollar Disaster cost data from NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI), available in text form, was joined to a spatial file of the United States.