Drought Concerns Worsen in North Texas
The North Texas Drought is expected to worsen over the next three months.
According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, ALL of North Texas is under some sort of drought. Whether that is Abnormally Dry, Moderate Drought, or a Severe Drought, DFW is experiencing below-average rainfall for Fall.
As of Tuesday, December 8th, 2020, the drought for North Texas is becoming a little bit more concerning, especially for Tarrant County, which is experiencing 'Severe Drought', or D2 in the Drought Monitor Categories.
DROUGHT BY COUNTY:
Tarrant: Severe Drought (D2)
Dallas: Moderate Drought (D1)
Denton: Moderate Drought (D1)
Collin: Moderate Drought (D1)
Kaufman: Moderate Drought (D1)
See the full list of counties affected here:
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