Drought conditions likely to continue into 2023
Iowa can expect average temperatures and dry conditions through spring 2023 as La Nina sets up for a third winter that will do little to mitigate drought conditions across the Plains and Midwest.
Doug Kluck, regional climate service director with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), said the region is under a La Nina advisory for the third year in a row, which likely will bring dryness across most of the north central U.S. through April, before breaking up ...
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