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Drought conditions overall have improved from the previous week. The DSCI (drought severity and coverage index) decreased from 63 to 61. A powerful storm system impacted much of the continental United States delivering heavy rain and snow to the West, snow and wind to parts of the Plains and upper Midwest and severe weather and tornadoes to the mid-Mississippi valley and Southeast coast. Degradations in drought conditions for the previous week were limited to an expansion of abnormally dry conditions in Texas.


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Photo courtesy of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Zebra mussels are back in the news, and as they spread farther into North Texas, Freese and Nichols is helping to address the threat posed by the invasive species.

(Star-Telegram article: Officials bracing for spread of zebra mussels​)

So far, the major impact of zebra mussels on our clients has been that North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) has lost access to water supply from Lake Texoma because of...

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