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Last Update Wednesday, February 21st, 2018
The Applegate River is trickling along at near-record low flows for late February, a sign of lack of rain and snow in Southern Oregon.

The dry winter in Southern Oregon has eaten up most of February, and with three of the wintriest months of the year nearly in the books, people are getting worried.

One year after the wettest winter in decades, the Applegate River is currently trickling along at near-record low flow of 230 cubic feet per second, comparable to the drought-plagued years of 2015, 2014 and 2001. Read More »

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