Southeastern SD considered 'abnormally dry'
YANKTON (AP) — Farmers in much of eastern South Dakota who are gearing up for spring planting might find dry conditions when they head to the fields.
The U.S. Drought Monitor shows that the southeastern corner and much of far eastern South Dakota have moved into the "abnormally dry" category — a step below moderate drought.
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