Drought Monitor 8-30-12

The latest drought monitor has been released and the drought situation in the Midwest is slowly but surely starting to taper off ever so slightly. Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin have seen no change in our drought conditions, but overall Illinois has seen a 7% decrease in the extreme drought category since last week. All of this improvement was seen in the central portion of the state. Wisconsin did not see the same type of improvement that Illinois did, however the drought also did not worsen. Every category is sitting at the same value as last week’s update. With rain poised to drench Southern and Central Illinois as the remnants of Isaac track across the Midwest, we sould see even more improvement in the next update. -Greg


Posted under drought, rain, statistics

This post was written by qni_it on August 30, 2012

2 Comments so far

  1. tony August 30, 2012 10:17 AM

    I have a feeling if what I have read this morning is true, all of illinois, except our area will be just severe drought.

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