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NJ Drought Concerns Drop as the Rains Fall

A month and a half ago there were growing concerns about a possible drought in the Garden state – but now those worries are fading.

Rain through the windshield in Beachwood (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)
Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media

Thanks to consistent, average – or above-average rainfall in most parts of Jersey over the past 6 weeks, reservoirs are at normal levels, and fire danger levels – which had been extreme because if was so dry – have normalized as well.

The only area where there’s been less than average rainfall since mid April is extreme South Jersey – mostly in Cape May.

State officials say while we no longer face the immediate threat of a drought, Jersey residents should always conserve water whenever possible.

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