Dry enough for you?
More than two-thirds of the U.S. is experiencing abnormally dry, if not outright drought conditions, with the situation becoming increasingly dire for western states. And the implications aren’t limited to an uptick in air conditioning.
From the National Drought Early Warning Outlook:

The 2012-2013 drought has serious implications for agriculture, navigation, recreation and municipal water supplies, costing the nation at least $35 billion in economic losses.

Read more here, and follow reporter Neela Banerjee on Twitter.
Photo: Greg Lindstrom / Longmont Times-Call

Dry enough for you?

More than two-thirds of the U.S. is experiencing abnormally dry, if not outright drought conditions, with the situation becoming increasingly dire for western states. And the implications aren’t limited to an uptick in air conditioning.

From the National Drought Early Warning Outlook:

The 2012-2013 drought has serious implications for agriculture, navigation, recreation and municipal water supplies, costing the nation at least $35 billion in economic losses.

Read more here, and follow reporter Neela Banerjee on Twitter.

Photo: Greg Lindstrom / Longmont Times-Call

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