2 articles tagged "drought to flooding".


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For those keeping track, last week’s article (“How likely will drought develop or worsen in Indiana”) and the article two weeks ago (“Nature’s faucets predicted to be turning off for the rest of the month”) had an overlapping theme – Indiana is behind in precipitation amounts from the climatological normals and the climate outlooks are not too confident that above-normal precipitation will catch the state up from its deficits. 


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