It’s Official: Humboldt’s Drought Conditions Now Considered Extreme
Information provided by the US National Weather Service. (Graph from here.)
According to the US National Weather Service, the drought conditions for Humboldt and Trinity Counties have just been re-categorized from Severe up to Extreme. Some areas of California have even been moved to Exceptional–the worst level possible.
Furthermore, the Climate Prediction Center is saying that the next few months should be much drier than normal.
- Some North Coast Rivers Closed to Fishing Because of Drought Conditions
- So, Now It’s Raining: What About the Drought?
- Drought Causes River Levels to Drop to Near Record Lows
- Are We in a Drought?
- Lowest Rainfall on Record for Eureka/Several Rivers at Record Minimums for This Time of Year