Despite Storms, Southwest Awaits End of Drought

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Water officials in the Southwest caution residents that two weeks of rain and snow may not be enough to end the region's drought. The warning comes despite the staggering amounts of precipitation that has covered Arizona and much of the West over the last week. Mitch Teich of Arizona Public Radio reports.



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