According to the Kansas Water Office, Kansas is officially free of drought for the first time since June 2017.
The U.S. Drought Monitor released the latest maps on Thursday, showing no drought conditions in Kansas.
“Abnormally dry conditions began appearing on the (June 13, 2017) map, and DI-Moderate Drought first appeared on the map (July 18, 2017). Since that time, until (Jan. 1, 2019), drought conditions had affected various portions of KS,” the Kansas Water Office said.
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