Drought monitor for late August 2008

It’s seemed like a dry summer here in Ann Arbor, with brown grass the normal state of affairs. We have nothing on the southeast. Note that this map is before the impact of Fay which dumped a lot of rain.



1 thought on “Drought monitor for late August 2008

  1. Robert Allen

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