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Drought Monitor: Heavy Rain Benefits Eastern Half of U.S.
USAgNet - 11/05/2021

The heaviest rainfall from the Mississippi Valley to the East Coast in the past week resulted in improvements across parts of the Central and Northern Plains, the Corn Belt, and northern New York and New England.

According to the latest Drought Monitor report of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, parts of the Central Plains, Gulf Coast, Northeast, and Mid-Atlantic saw over 2 inches of rainfall for the week ending Nov. 2.

Conversely, areas that missed out on adequate precipitation across the western Great Lakes and the Carolinas experienced degradation of ongoing abnormally dry conditions.

Across the West, an active storm track in the Pacific Northwest caused another week of improvements from Washington to northwest Montana.

But for most areas, long-term deficits remain intact and groundwater and reservoir levels remain well below-normal.

Some localized degradations were warranted in Montana, east of the Front Range, and in the Southern Plains.

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