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U.S. Drought Monitor says conditions worsened for Columbia
Conditions for Columbia, Kentucky worsened from Moderate Drought (D1) to Severe Drought (D2), according to this week's U.S. Drought Monitor. Columbia has been in drought for the past 5 week(s), since October 10, 2023.
The Climate Prediction Center's November Drought Outlook, released on October 31, 2023, predicted that drought conditions would persist in November.
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