HOUSTON — Almost three years have passed since the rains returned and Texas emerged from a historic drought. Yet there still isn’t enough water.
The impact of record-breaking heat and years of little or no rainfall can be felt long after a dry spell passes, and Texas is now struggling with the brunt of a historic yearlong drought that crippled the state’s lakes, agriculture and water supplies.
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