Extreme Drought Has Farmers Hoping For Wet Spring
In the middle of winter, most of us aren't thinking about drought conditions around the state, but much of Minnesota remains under extreme drought. WCCO's Rachel Slavik explains why it will stay dry through the winter despite more than two feet of snow on the ground (2:10).
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