(Rapid City, SD) — Drought conditions in South Dakota are expected to continue through the fall. The newly released drought outlook from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows dry conditions could lead to a warmer-than-average winter. State Fire meteorologist Darren Clabo says a lack of snow could lead to problems with agriculture and wildfires in the spring. South Dakota has a 12-month fire season.
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