Virtually all of Texas is now abnormally dry. Comparisons to the bone-dry days of 2011 have begun, and it's not looking good. In fact, given the scope of the drought and the higher costs of inputs, agricultural losses across the state are likely to top 2011's record $7.6 billion total.
Some people are talking about the Texas drought being over. Those making this kind of statement are usually ardent football fans who are referring to the ending of the state's national championship drought with the University of Texas' victory in the Rose Bowl.