Indiana drought conditions improve

The severe drought conditions that troubled Indiana through the summer have largely dissipated, with a federal report showing the state in its best condition since mid-June. The weekly report released Thursday listed about 15 percent of Indiana in severe drought, mostly in the state's southeastern corner. About one-quarter of the state was classified in that condition last week. None of Indiana is listed in the more serious categories of extreme or exceptional drought.

 

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