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Under a dry, windy weather regime, worsening drought led to crop and rangeland stress across the central and southern Plains. The most visible manifestation of the Plains' deteriorating situation was blowing dust, raised at frequent intervals by high winds.

Weatherwise Contributing Editor BRAD RIPPEY is the U.S. Editor of the Weekly Weather and Crop Bulletin of the Joint Agriculture NOAA Weather Facility.

Weatherwise Contributing Editor JEFFREY B. HALVERSON is Professor of Geography at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

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