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Drought Conditions Improve in Some Commonwealth Regions, Worsen in Others 

6/10/2021 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Southeast, Western, and Cape Cod Regions Experiencing Mild Drought Conditions

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2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins 

6/01/2021 Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency

Start of Hurricane Season is an Opportunity to Prepare

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State Announces Drought Conditions in Several Regions of Commonwealth 

4/09/2021 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Significant Drought Declared in Southeast Region

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Mild Drought Conditions Declared in Western Region of the Commonwealth 

3/12/2021 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Other Regions Remain in Normal Conditions

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Drought Conditions Return to Normal Across Commonwealth 

1/08/2021 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Monitoring of Water Resources to Continue

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Drought Conditions Continue to Improve Across the Commonwealth 

12/09/2020 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Level 1 – Mild Drought Declared in All Regions of Massachusetts

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Baker-Polito Administration Announces Re-establishment of a Field Hospital at the DCU Center in Worcester 

11/13/2020 Office of Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito

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Drought Conditions Improve in Most Regions Across the Commonwealth 

11/09/2020 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Water Conservation Still Necessary; Cape Cod Region Remains at Level 2-Significant Drought

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Critical Drought Conditions Declared in Southeast Region of Commonwealth 

10/09/2020 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Public Asked to Remain Diligent to Prevent Wildland Fires

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Significant Drought Conditions Continue Across Massachusetts 

9/04/2020 Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

Above Normal Temperatures, Below Normal Rainfall Lead to Continued Level 2 Drought Throughout Commonwealth

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