5 things to know about Arizona's drought this winter
CLOSE Arizona has seen it all: record snow and rain, floods and drought, and the searing heat of summer.
In case 80-degree temperatures in February hadn't already made it obvious, this winter could go down as one of Arizona's driest on record. It could also be the precursor to an especially costly fire season, but it likely won't pose a threat to the state's water supply.
Arizona is in its 21st year of long-term drought, according to the Arizona State Climate Office, and experts aren't holding their breath that the winter will suddenly turn around.
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