With the recent rain and storms in our area, one county is mostly drought free.
Le Flore county has seen the most improvement and is about one-third drought free.
This is the first time the drought has broken anywhere in Oklahoma in almost a year.
The latest report from the U.S. Drought Monitor at the University of Nebraska shows the most extreme drought has gradually improved in eastertn Oklahoma and actually gotten worse in western Oklahoma and throughout the Midwestern U.S.
Oklahoma lake levels are steady at this point in the season.
Keystone, Oologah and Grand lakes are all at normal levels.
Skiatook lake is still in poor shape, and is about 10 ft below normal water levels.
Drought mostly affects farmers in a bad way, making it difficult to grow anything, but one crop thrives in the conditions.
This year's crop of grapes will be plentiful, and with most of the crop staying in the state, this is good news for Oklahoma's many wineries too.