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DESPITE THE RECENT RAINS, DROUGHT CONDITIONS PERSIST IN SEVERAL ILLINOIS COUNTIES. 

 

THANKS TO HURRICAN ZETA AND AN UPPER LEVEL LOW, STATE CLIMATOLOGIST TRENT FORD SAYS SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HAD MULTIPLE DAYS OF HEAVY RAIN THIS PAST WEEK, RANGING FROM TWO TO FIVE INCHES. THIS HELPED ALLEVIATE SOME OF THE DRYNESS.

 

 

CENTRAL AND NORTHERN ILLINOIS RECEIVED LESS PRECIPITATION OVER THE LAST SEVEN DAYS, RANGING FROM ONE-TENTH TO THREE-QUARTERS OF AN INCH. THE LATEST U-S DROUGHT MONITOR SHOWS MOST OF CENTRAL AND EAST CENTRAL ILLINOIS STILL IN ABNORMALLY DRY TO MODERATE DROUGHT CONDITIONS.

 

 

FORD SAYS SOUTHERN ILLINOIS IS LOOKING BETTER AFTER HEAVY RAINS THIS WEEK RANGING FROM TWO TO FIVE INCHES.

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