Skip to main content


In summer 2011, the South was in the grip of severe, and in some cases exceptional, drought. The map above shows the difference from normal precipitation received in the United States between October 1, 2010 (the beginning of the West’s water year) and August 21, 2011.
Areas with less-than-normal precipitation are shades of orange and brown, areas with near-normal rainfall are white, and areas where precipitation was above normal are blue. Many parts of New Mexico and western Texas have received less than 25 percent of normal rainfall—in some places, far less—over this 10-month span.


Popular posts from this blog

The Andy Williams Christmas Show (1966)

2008 Kennedy Center Honor Tribute - Brian Wilson - part 2.mpg

Willie Cuts His Hair!!!!!!!!!