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The maps show the difference from average precipitation during the Northern Hemisphere winter (December 2010-February 2011), spring (March-May), summer (June-August), and fall (September-November). Shades of brown indicate areas that received up to 20 inches less than average precipitation while green indicates up to 20 inches more than average.

Image Credit: 
NOAA Climate.Gov