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Flash Drought Hits Missouri

A flash drought – a drought on steroids – hit north central Missouri in the last 10 days of August, says Pat Guinan, University of Missouri Extension climatologist.
“If there is no significant rain Saturday, August will be the driest August across northern Missouri since 1984. Records will be set at some locations,” Guinan says.
“Despite late summer heat, August will average cooler than normal by a couple of degrees

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