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Comments for: As drought widens, 50.3 percent of US counties declared disaster areas

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  • Anonymous

    Wow, that’s not good. I wonder if those red states are still screeching about government spending now though.

  • Anonymous

    We made a big western trip in May and June.  We preceded the drought in most areas (further north than much) and saw much hay already cut and baled (probably due to an early growing season) as well as extensive irrigation.  The turnaround in a month is drastic.  The upper Mississipi had flooding problems in late May but is now at near record lows.

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