The whole state of Minnesota is in the midst of a moderate, if not severe, drought. Even rain that fell this week didn't help soil moisture much. The ground is still frozen, so most of the water just ran off.
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Nearly the entire state was in a moderate to severe drought, but three months later that's down to about 10 percent. A climatologist told the Associated Press rain has recharged dry soils, but above-average precipitation needs to continue for Minnesota to fully catch up.
A couple wet weeks wash away nine months of drought
The driest parts of Minnesota were soaked with three or four inches of rain last week. The wet spring has helped make up for the driest autumn on record and a winter of meager snowfall. State officials now say soil moisture is adequate over 89 percent of Minnesota.
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Fickle drought strikes parts of Minnesota, spares others
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