Drought deepens in the Corn Belt, but...

…drought levels are still well below those reported this time last year. The worst of the drought has shifted from the Plains to the West Coast. FULL STORY »

Say ‘adios’ to La Nada

Here comes El Niño, and early data suggests it could grow into a monster. FULL STORY »

Drought-weary California faces brutal wildfire season

Recent downpours fell far short of pulling California out of drought, and as if the drought didn’t offer enough headaches, a meager snowpack and an already busy wildfire season adds to the gloomy outlook. FULL STORY »

California heads into dry season already parched

Thursday’s Drought Monitor report showed expanding drought across Southern California, sending the state into dry season already parched. FULL STORY »

Texas Climatologist: New Dust Bowl days not here but could happen

Though it may seem like a return of Dust Bowl days to some Texas High Plains farmers and ranchers, we’re not there yet — at least not quite, according to Dr. John Neilsen-Gammon, state climatologist, College Station. FULL STORY »

Time to think spring (floods)

No major flooding is predicted this spring, though minor to moderate flooding is possible across a large swath of the northern Plains and Upper Midwest stretching to New England. FULL STORY »

Staggering California drought overshadows dry Plains

This week’s Drought Monitor report had no good news for California, but with the varying levels of dryness stretching as far east as the Mississippi River, drought appears to be here to stay. FULL STORY »

California’s drought drags on

California’s intense drought is staying put, refusing to budge from a state facing what could be another year for the record books. FULL STORY »

El Niño is back? Maybe so!

On Thursday, federal forecasters issued an “El Niño watch,” indicating a 50 percent chance El Niño will develop this summer or fall. FULL STORY »

California soaked…but still deep in drought

Last week’s storms may have brought the highest rainfall totals to the Los Angeles areas in years, but it did little quench the state’s oppressive drought. FULL STORY »

‘Rains won’t be enough’ to overturn Calif. drought

It’s finally raining in some parts of California, but with more than 25 percent of the state deep in exceptional drought, the latest series of storms will do little to quench the drought. FULL STORY »

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