A wet and cooler spring has eased drought concerns over parts of western Montana, but severe drought conditions remain along the Rocky Mountain Front after two straight winters of lower snowfall and warmer temperatures.
While the worst of fire season may be over and drought-induced fishing restrictions were lifted this week, hydrologist Ray Nicholas with the National Weather Service said Montana is still plagued by drought.
Despite some much needed recent rain in the Missoula area, many Montana counties have been dubbed "natural disaster areas" due to severe drought conditions the state has faced in the past few weeks—Missoula being one of them.
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