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How to Avoid a Drought That Could Be Deadly for Your Family

Nate Parker and his wife, actress Kate Winslet, have just become the first people to lose their homes during a historic drought.

But they’re not the only ones to be impacted.

The next two weeks will be critical for millions of people around the country who depend on water.

And while it’s not clear what will happen to the millions more who will have to find ways to cope with a prolonged water shortage, it’s clear that this drought is going to be the most challenging in decades.

So to help you understand the challenges facing you, here are 10 key points to remember as we head into the next few weeks: * The drought is being called the “most severe drought in history.”

That’s the number that’s been used by some news outlets to describe the drought.

It’s also the number the USDA uses to describe its worst-hit regions.

And it’s actually a slightly different number, according to a USDA official.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, reports that the drought has “devastated” five of the nine regions affected by the drought in Texas, Oklahoma, Florida, California, and Georgia.

The last drought was in 1976.

The average loss from the drought since the late 1970s is 2.8 million acre-feet (1.5 million metric tons) of water, according the NOAA.

“This drought has been the most severe drought we’ve had in our nation’s history, and we’ve never seen it in terms of losses,” NOAA director Craig Fugate said.

“So we’ve really been hit hard, and it has been devastating to the farmers, ranchers, and people who depend upon these water resources.”

* The average drought in the U.S. has impacted people in many different ways.

Some people in the United States, including farmers and ranchers who rely on water from the Ogallala aquifer, have lost a lot of water.

Others are still recovering from the effects of the drought, including some who rely heavily on irrigation water from wells.

But many people, including those who are already in severe drought, will be impacted the most.

The drought’s impacts will affect every facet of life in the country.

Here are some of the biggest challenges that will be facing people: * Millions of people across the country will face water restrictions and shortages for months or years as the drought continues to affect their water use.

The amount of water that farmers can use in a year is limited by rainfall.

The U.N. predicts that in the next two years, some regions could have as much as a half-billion acre-foot (2.2 million metric ton) of unused water available to them.

That’s enough to fill more than 10 Olympic-size swimming pools, or nearly 3,500 Olympic-sized basketball courts.

* People are also concerned about water security.

The United States is the largest producer of water in the world.

In the last few decades, it has become one of the world’s most water-scarce countries.

But with the drought continuing to worsen, many farmers have warned that they may not be able to get enough water from their fields or water their homes.

That could put a huge strain on supplies for people in areas that rely on the aquifer for water.

* The next few months will be a time of reckoning for millions in the areas that depend on the Ogalana aquifer and on water deliveries from the Colorado River.

As the drought extends, the Ogas are expected to start to run dry, forcing farmers to make decisions about how much water they can grow.

That means the state could be without water for months, or even years, at a time.

People will be forced to ration their food supplies, which will also have a huge impact on water security and on communities that rely heavily upon the water.

But water will still be plentiful in many areas.

“With the Ogles being the only water source in the entire state, we have to get a lot more water from them,” said Jim Crain, the executive director of the Colorado Water Conservation Commission.

“The aquifer is going dry.

It is really the last thing we need right now.”

* Floods are a huge concern in parts of the U; the Ogalis are also facing a drought.

The Ogallalas river is also drying up, which is putting a strain on some other water sources.

Floods will also be a major concern in the western U. S., including parts of Arizona, Utah, and Wyoming.

And that’s likely to lead to more flooding in those areas.

* While most of the country is experiencing a drought, it is important to remember that a lot can change.

Some parts of California, Arizona, and Nevada are already seeing a drought that is already worse than last year’s, according an official at the U, a federal agency that monitors drought.

There are also reports of parts of Montana,