WVDA chief discusses drought

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CHARLESTON – According to National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS), 18.7 percent of West Virginia is now considered under D2 (severe drought) status. These areas may experience potential crop loss, as well as water shortages.
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WVDA chief discusses drought

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