‘Extreme Drought’ conditions still impacting areas of Fremont County

(Fremont County, WY) – There might be snow on the ground, but most of Wyoming continues to experience “Abnormally Dry” to “Extreme Drought” conditions, according to the most recent Drought Information Statement released today, December 24th.

“This intensive drought activity is due to an abnormally dry weather pattern that has dominated the region since early spring and has led to low soil moisture conditions across most of the state,” the statement said.


Western Wyoming is slated to have a slight chance of above-normal precipitation over the next two weeks, however better than average chances of warmer than normal temps are expected across the state.

Find the full impacts of these dry conditions and outlook by clicking here.


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