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The flow of streams in the Southeast generally remained well below average during August, although the hydrologic drought conditions of the past several months have eased, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). USGS hydrologists said that in contrast to conditions in the Southeast, which remained dry, several New York streams were at record high flows for August, and above average flows were reported in much of the Northeast, Minnesota, western Iowa, the Dakotas, eastern Nebraska and parts of Colorado, Utah, and southern Idaho.