Thursday, December 20, 2007

Drought to persist in southeastern U.S.: government

Reuters: Drought conditions in the southeastern United States will persist through at least March, the National Weather Service said on Thursday. In its weather outlook, government forecasters called for above normal temperatures in January through March for most of the United States, including the Northeast, the biggest U.S. heating oil market. The government also predicted moderate La Nina conditions through March, with the Pacific Ocean weather anomaly weakening into May.

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