The U.S. Drought Monitor has officially moved nearly all of Kentucky into the category of extreme drought (this is a drought with a historical frequency of once every 20-30 years) while large parts of Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia are in an exceptional drought (once every 50 years or greater). View the difference between this week’s rankings and last week’s rankings.
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