Dry, But No Drought in Fairfax County

After and extraordinarily dry summer followed by heavy rains in October, water supplies vary greatly in the Washington region. In Fairfax County, which draws it's water primarily from the Potomac, all looks well. But in Fairfax City and other spots, officials are taking precautions. Today's Fairfax Extra has the story.

By Focus on Fairfax |  November 8, 2007; 10:47 AM ET  | Category:  Environment , Weather
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