July 17, 2015
Lots of rain in early summer changed drought conditions in the Midwest, compared to what it looked like just before planting began. Here's a current look, and look back, at how the U.S. Drought Monitor has changed from planting season to now. We'll update the gallery each week with the latest map.
Here's a video we created from all the graphs. Pretty interesting to watch the conditions change throughout the past few months!
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