More of western Massachusetts “abnormally dry”

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Although we have gotten some rain this month, there are some signs that things are starting to get pretty dry. You can see that river levels are continuing to go down. The humidity has been pretty low lately and that has helped things dry out a little faster.

The U.S. Drought Monitor released a new update on Thursday and it shows more of western Massachusetts in the abnormally dry category. Northeastern parts of the state are now in the moderate drought category.

So far this month we’ve picked up 2.36 inches of rain in the Springfield area.

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