Texas Nearly Drought-Free For First Time in Quarter Century

(Dallas, TX)  --  Texas is beginning 2019 nearly drought-free and the state's water supply is the highest in more than a quarter-century.  The Texas Water Development Board reports the statewide water supply is at nearly 90-percent capacity, the highest since 1993.  

According to the Dallas Morning News, less than two-percent of the state is under moderate drought conditions.  The Metroplex had the wettest fall on record with 29-point-21 inches of rain recorded at DFW International Airport from September through November.

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