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How dry is your town?

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How Dry I Am

These major metropolitan areas are the most challenged by the current drought crisis.

1. Reno, NV 118.2

2. Provo, UT 113.3

3. Salt Lake City, UT 113.3

4. West Valley City, UT 113.3

5. Anaheim, CA 111.4

6. Costa Mesa, CA 111.4

7. Fullerton, CA 111.4

8. Garden Grove, CA 111.4

9. Irvine, CA 111.4

10. Huntington Beach, CA 111.4

Our Water Crisis

What experts are saying about drought in the U.S.

Scientists are warning that raging brush fires could become routine. Florida is running out of water to meet the needs of its growing population. New England water reserves are reaching record lows. Atlanta’s main water supply may run dry in a few months. Boat ramps are becoming surrounded by dry land and streams are disappearing. Even the mighty Great Lakes are seeing historically low levels.

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