It is, indisputably, the best weather show in Arizona all year.
Nothing against the fine work of Arizona’s TV weather forecasters and meteorologists, but the best two hours of weather analysis, climate analysis, near-term predictions, long-term predictions, precipitation, Colorado River flows and the various impacts of all of it is the report of the Governor’s Drought Interagency Coordinating Group.
On Tuesday, the panel of water-weather-climate-watershed experts concluded Arizona remains in a state of drought.
As they have consistently since 1999, the coordinating group’s members voted to make an official recommendation that a letter be sent to the Arizona Governor alerting him to that fact.
The recommendation will serve as the basis for an official drought declaration from Gov. Doug Ducey.
“Our outlook has improved and there have been a lot of proactive efforts to mitigate our (water) risks,” said Wendy Smith-Reeve of the Arizona Division of Emergency Management…
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