Much of the state is officially in a drought.
WMUR reports the U.S. Department of Agriculture places central and southern New Hampshire in a moderate drought.
Northern areas of the state are in abnormally dry conditions.
Concord is running 5 inches below the average precipitation, going back to March 1.
River levels are also running lower than average.
Dry conditions have led to high fire risk across the state.
Other than a few scattered showers, that dry weather is expected to continue through the next seven days.