The National Climate Services says 2011 was Texas' driest season on history as well as its second coolest.
The organization said Exclusive the normal rain for the drought-stricken state last season was 14.88 in.. The previous driest regular total was in 1917 with 14.99 in..
The weather assistance says 2011's conditions was 67.2 levels. Texas' hottest season on history was in 1921 with an conditions of 67.5 levels.
Historic Arizona famine could leave tough impact
Depleted Arizona ponds present spider areas, graves
Last season Arizona experienced its most severe single-year famine, its most significant farming failures and the coolest summer in U.S. history. From May through May, Arizona averaged 86.8 levels, defeating out Oklahoma's 85.2 levels in 1934.
The current famine started in fall 2010. Forecasters say it is expected to get on at least through May.
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