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Protected: outlook + water: March 2019

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Figure 1: Inches of precipitation that fell in Texas in the 30 days before February 20, 2019 (source).

outlook + water: February 2019

SUMMARY: El Niño is here! El Niño is here! Abnormally dry conditions have spread across much of West, Far West, and South Texas. Precipitation in the headwaters of the Rio…

Figure 1c: Inches of rain that fell in Texas in the 30 days before January 25, 2019 (source).

outlook + water: January 2019

SUMMARY: Drought conditions increased to affect 2.5 percent of the state. Statewide reservoir storage is at 90 percent. The Pacific remains warm enough for El Niño, but has not yet…

Figure 1a: Tracks of tropical cyclones in the Atlantic in 2018 (source).

outlook + water: December 2018

SUMMARY: Drought is affecting less than 1 percent of the state. This year’s hurricane season affected Portugal more than Texas. The Pacific is warm enough for El Niño, but has…

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outlook + water: November 2018

SUMMARY: October was another rain-filled month for much of Texas. Drought is down to affecting only 1 percent of the state. Statewide reservoir storage is close to exceeding the highest…

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