The recent rain and snow helped put a significant dent in our drought, especially across southeastern Colorado.
PUEBLO, Colo. — Last week’s rain and snow led to big improvements for Colorado’s drought situation.
As of this week’s official drought monitor update, much of eastern Colorado, including Denver, is no longer considered to be in a drought. Perhaps most importantly, the amount of Colorado considered to be in a severe, extreme, or exceptional drought also got significantly reduced.
The top map below shows Colorado’s drought monitor as of this week, while the map below shows the drought situation from the week before.
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