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Drought severity drops in Kansas

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By Jim Misunas

Drought conditions warranted one-category improvements in central and southern Kansas, after 2- to 5-inch rains (locally heavier), especially in places which received two to three times their normal rainfall for the past week, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.
Eric Schminke and Andy Kleinsasser, National Weather Service meteorologists in Wichita, compiled the summary about improving Kansas drought conditions.
Portions of Barton, Rush and Pawnee counties improved from extreme to severe drought conditions in the past week. Most locations received 8 to 10 inches of rain in June.
As of July 1, portions of ...

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