Precipitation amounts ranged from less than a tenth of an inch across western Texas and Oklahoma to half an inch or more to the east. A couple low pressure systems dropped 2+ inches of rain across a large part of eastern Texas and parts of Oklahoma. D0-D3 were trimmed in Texas and Oklahoma where precipitation amounts were above normal. In spite of this week’s rains, several large wildfires continued to burn in eastern Oklahoma. D0 expanded in the northwest corner of the Texas panhandle. Read more at droughtmonitor.unl.edu.