Drought Termination and Amelioration
Based on Palmer drought analysis, the precipitation required to end or ameliorate drought in 12 timescales (1- to 12-months), the percent of normal precipitation this amount is, and the probability of receiving this amount of precipitation based on the historical record; worst case scenarios and projected scenarios are included
Historical Palmer Drought Indices
Create year-over-year animations of various Palmer-type drought analyses.
North American Drought Monitor
Maps, narratives, indicators, and data depicting areas of drought and abnormally dry conditions across the North American continent, compiled from national analyses prepared in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico
Weekly Palmer Drought Indices
Weekly Palmer-type maps beginning in 2005.
- National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS)