Report: Nearly all of Colorado is abnormally dry
November 10, 2016
Nearly all of Colorado is experiencing abnormally dry conditions, a federal report released Thursday shows, as the state continues to feel the effects of weeks of warm, precipitation-free weather.
The U.S. Drought Monitor says 98.4 percent of Colorado is experiencing abnormal dryness with another 30.8 percent of the state — including all of the Front Range — in moderate drought.
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