Southeast Iowa Begins To See Relief From Widespread Drought
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Southeast Iowa Begins To See Relief From Widespread Drought 1
U.S. Drought monitor.

Due to recent rain and snowfall much of Iowa is beginning to see much-needed relief from the state’s widespread drought. The Latest Drought Index Map shows all of Jefferson, Wapello, and Keokuk counties, and a small portion of Henry County are now experiencing a severe drought. With the majority of Van Buren and Henry County experiencing a moderate drought. A severe drought is the second worst classification of four.

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39% of all Iowa Counties are still experiencing an extreme drought. 

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