Current Drought Conditions for New Hampshire - July 16, 2024

New Hampshire Drought Report:

As of July 16, 2024 approximately 41% (3850 square miles) of New Hampshire is Abnormally dry with no areas under drought conditions.

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New Hampshire Drought Conditions Map

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List of Current Drought Conditions for Cities and Towns in New Hampshire

LocationDrought Conditions
AltonAbnormally Dry
AmherstAbnormally Dry
AntrimAbnormally Dry
BelmontAbnormally Dry
BenningtonAbnormally Dry
BradfordAbnormally Dry
CharlestownAbnormally Dry
ClaremontAbnormally Dry
ContoocookAbnormally Dry
DerryAbnormally Dry
DoverAbnormally Dry
DurhamAbnormally Dry
EnfieldAbnormally Dry
EppingAbnormally Dry
ExeterAbnormally Dry
FarmingtonAbnormally Dry
GoffstownAbnormally Dry
GreenvilleAbnormally Dry
HamptonAbnormally Dry
Hampton BeachAbnormally Dry
HanoverAbnormally Dry
HennikerAbnormally Dry
HooksettAbnormally Dry
HudsonAbnormally Dry
LebanonAbnormally Dry
LondonderryAbnormally Dry
LoudonAbnormally Dry
ManchesterAbnormally Dry
MilfordAbnormally Dry
MiltonAbnormally Dry
Milton MillsAbnormally Dry
NashuaAbnormally Dry
New LondonAbnormally Dry
NewfieldsAbnormally Dry
NewmarketAbnormally Dry
NewportAbnormally Dry
PittsfieldAbnormally Dry
PlainfieldAbnormally Dry
PortsmouthAbnormally Dry
RochesterAbnormally Dry
SanbornvilleAbnormally Dry
Seabrook BeachAbnormally Dry
SomersworthAbnormally Dry
SuncookAbnormally Dry
UnionAbnormally Dry
WarnerAbnormally Dry
WiltonAbnormally Dry
RaymondAbnormally Dry
Blodgett LandingAbnormally Dry
FranklinAbnormally Dry
ConcordAbnormally Dry
East MerrimackAbnormally Dry