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Drought in N.C. Worst Since 1986

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At a meeting of the North Carolina Drought Monitoring Council on November 8, representatives said that many of North Carolina’s major cities are experiencing “top ten” dry conditions with rainfall deficits exceeded only by the drought of 1986. Precipitation across the state has been from 10-25 inches below normal for the last twenty-four months.