First 6 Months Of 2013: West Hit Hard By Below-Normal Precipitation, Entrenched Drought

For the first six months of 2013, the contiguous United States has been nearly split in half by temperature and precipitation differences.

Much of the East has been dealing with below- or near-normal temperatures, above-normal precipitation, and flooding while much of the West has been dealing with above-normal temperatures, below-normal precipitation, and drought.

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