Missouri continues to look for drought relief. University of Missouri Extension Interim State Climatologist Tony Lupo says the spring outlook shows a good chance of moisture.
“There’s a good chance we’re heading into a wetter period at least for the eastern side of the state.”
However, Lupo tells Brownfield it could take longer for drought conditions to improve in the western part of the state.
“Kansas is still very dry as well as Nebraska and those areas.