With dry weather in the forecast, experts say southern New Hampshire could be headed for a severe drought within the next three weeks. The southern half of the state has been experiencing moderate drought conditions since June. Get climate change news delivered to your inbox - sign up for our By Degrees newsletter today. Tom O’Donovan, Director of the Water Division for the state’s Department of Environmental Services, says passing thunderstorms have provided some relief, but more so in the north than in the south. “The 30-day forecast continues to forecast for drought,” he says. “Higher temperatures and lower precipitation is in the 14-day forecast and continued drought is in the 30-day forecast. So the trends don’t look good.” O’Donovan says...
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With More Dry Weather In The Forecast, Southern N.H. May Be Headed For Severe Drought