Beth Hall

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The past 30 days have been met with warmer than normal temperatures in the northern counties and drier than normal conditions throughout most of the state.  This warm and dry environment is conducive to developing drought – particularly with the increased evapotranspiration rates.  While climate outlooks are calling for increased confidence of above-normal precipitation throughout the rest of July, these events are likely to remain spotty with inconsistent coverage across the state.