Cost of Texas drought climbing with each dry day

Cost of Texas drought climbing with each dry day

A historic drought has already cost Texas farmers and ranchers an estimated $1.5 billion, and the cost is growing daily as parched conditions persist in much of the state.
Meteorologists blame the drought in Texas on La Niña, a cooling of the Pacific waters near the equator. It’s caused extreme drought in Texas and parts of Oklahoma, Louisiana and New Mexico.

Cost of Texas drought climbing with each dry day

A historic drought has already cost Texas farmers and ranchers an estimated $1.5 billion, and the cost is growing daily as parched conditions persist in much of the state.
Meteorologists blame the drought in Texas on La Niña, a cooling of the Pacific waters near the equator. It’s caused extreme drought in Texas and parts of Oklahoma, Louisiana and New Mexico.
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