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Meanwhile, D1 and D2 were increased somewhat in North Dakota from Bismarck to the Canadian border, where 60-day rainfall shortfalls (locally less than 30 percent of normal) have added to the region’s lingering long-term drought.Outside of beneficial rain in eastern-most portions of the region, lackluster water-year precipitation and unusual warmth have led to increasing drought despite the cool wet season having drawn to a close.Nevertheless, 6-month precipitation in the state’s lingering Extreme Drought (D3) was less than half of normal, while the Exceptional Drought (D4) in the state’s southwestern corner stood at less than one third of normal over the same time period.Moderate to heavy rainfall (locally more than 3 inches) in northeastern Colorado likewise trimmed the coverage of Abnormal Dryness (D0).In south-central Nebraska and north-central Kansas, heavy rain (2-3 inches; Phillipsburg, KS, reported 3.95 inches) yielded a corresponding reduction of D0.In southeastern Nebraska, increasingly dry conditions over the past 90 days (40-60 percent of normal) led to a modest increase of Moderate Drought (D1) southwest of Lincoln.
Generally dry conditions in northern portions of the region contrasted with additional heavy rain farther south.Farther north, sharply wetter conditions between Bismarck, ND, and Aberdeen, SD, (6.17 inches in Java, SD) resulted in a considerable reduction of D0.Beneficial rain (1-2 inches) was also reported in northeastern Montana, where D0 was reduced accordingly.Conversely, short-term dryness intensified along the central Gulf Coast, while worsening drought conditions were noted in portions of Arizona and Oregon.Likewise, short-term dryness continued to develop in parts of New England.
Notable amounts included: 4.92 inches near Bertram, TX (north of Austin); 4.76 inches in Crowell, TX (west of Wichita Falls); 3.35 inches in Willow, OK (north of Altus). Childress, TX, saw measurable rainfall for 8 consecutive days from May 13 – 20; this ties the all-time record dating back to 1948.