Category Archives: outlook + water

Figure 2b: Changes in the U.S. Drought Monitor for Texas between August 14, 2018, and September 18, 2018 [source].

outlook + water: September 2018

By Robert Mace, Chief Water Policy Officer at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment SUMMARY: Statewide drought conditions have improved considerably over the past month with the amount of the…

Figure 2: Drought conditions in Texas according to the U.S. Drought Monitor (as of August 14, 2018) [source].

outlook + water: August 2018

By Robert Mace, Chief Water Policy Officer at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment SUMMARY: Drought conditions have worsened over the past month with 59 percent of the state now…

Figure 5. The North American Drought Monitor for June 30, 2018 (source).

outlook + water: July 2018

By Robert Mace, Chief Water Policy Officer at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment SUMMARY: Drought conditions are slightly improved with the Gulf Coast out of drought and less severe…

Figure 3. Rainfall as a percent of normal for the past 90 days (as of June 13, 2018). Source.

outlook + water: June 2018

By Robert Mace, Chief Water Policy Officer at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment SUMMARY: Drought conditions expanded to the eastern and southern parts of Texas La Niña is gone…

Figure 1. Rainfall as a percent of normal for the past 90 days (as of May 17, 2018). [source]

outlook + water: May 2018

By Robert Mace, Chief Water Policy Officer at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment SUMMARY: Rainfall deficits continue to afflict most of the state. La Niña is expected to fade…

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