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Storms push New Mexico out of ‘extreme drought’

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Posted: Tuesday, September 24, 2013 5:45 pm

ALBUQUERQUE — Much of New Mexico remains beset by drought, but the recent heavy rains brought some relief — especially in the driest areas.

The National Weather Service said Tuesday that 75 percent of the state remains under moderate to severe drought conditions, and New Mexico is still behind a 36-month average for rain.

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