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Unusually wet winter and spring pushes Arizona out of short-term drought

The “bathtub ring” around Lake Mead is visible from the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge near Hoover Dam. After years of drought, the water level is down more than 140 feet from what hydrologists considered “full pool.” (Photo by Jordan Evans/Cronkite News)

The “bathtub ring” around Lake Mead is visible from the Mike O’Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge near Hoover Dam. After years of drought, the water level is down more than 140 feet from what hydrologists considered “full pool.” (Photo by Jordan Evans/Cronkite News)

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