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Streamflows were below normal in the northern Rocky Mountain region and in parts of most states in the southeast during July, as well as in other scattered parts of the nation, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). However, streamflows were above normal in large parts of Colorado, Minnesota, Texas, and several other states (see map), said USGS hydrologists. Streamflows generally declined in many of the northeastern states and in most areas west of the Mississippi River, but they generally increased or were variable in most of the southeast as a result of above-average rainfall.