Drought eases in Eastern Connecticut following rainy stretch
Drought eases in Eastern Connecticut following rainy stretch.
(WTNH) — The most recent drought update provides good news for Connecticut.
The drought has ended in Windham County, and it’s over for most of Tolland and New London Counties, too.
A moderate drought continues in 74% of the state, but that’s down from 88% last week.
The severe drought continues in 34% of Connecticut.
It’s mainly in northern New Haven County, Litchfield County, and western Hartford County.
Last week 42% of the state was in a severe drought, and three months ago that number was 83%.
Continued improvement is possible with next Thursday’s update.
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