The United States Department of Agriculture has declared Colorado counties eligible for emergency loans due to drought in 2018.
Small businesses in 39 Colorado counties, as well as neighboring counties in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming may be eligible for loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Its official - Colorado is 100 percent free from drought and abnormally dry conditions for the first time since records became available in January 2000.
Colorado is virtually free of all drought conditions for the first time since 2009.
Colorado ag producers may be eligible for drought relief through loans from the USDA.
In three months, Colorado has moved from more than half of the state in severe or worst drought conditions to mostly drought-free.
After more than a year of drought, Colorado's situation continues dramatic improvements.
In less than six months, Colorado has dropped from nearly half of the state in the worst drought categories to less than one percent.
Extreme, exceptional drought mostly disappear from Colorado as snow storms continue.
Colorado continues to see large drought improvements and increasing snowpack.