Is the Texas Drought Finally Over?

Municipalities cautiously move forward as heavy rainfall throughout the Lone Star State slowly replenishes depleted water reserves
Is the Texas Drought Finally Over?
While North Texas appears to be in the clear, some areas in the southern part of the state are still experiencing drought-like conditions. Medina Lake, pictured here, is still at 4 percent capacity. (Photo credit: William Luther, San Antonio Express-News)

While California is in the midst of one of its worst droughts ever, the State of Texas is finally emerging from its own water crisis.

On May 12, the U.S. Drought Monitor removed Texas from its “exceptional drought” category for the first time since 2012 after heavy rains...

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