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Massachusetts would be free of an official drought classification if it weren't for Southwick.

The small town whose borders plunge south into Connecticut is the last part of the state considered by the U.S. Drought Monitor to be experiencing a drought. In total, just 0.09 percent of the state remains under a drought, and all of that area falls into the Monitor's least severe drought category.

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