A grasshopper sits on a dried-up leaf on a stalk of corn in a field near Edmond, Okla., on Thursday. Oklahomans are bracing for more hot, dry days as the drought in the state intensifies and forecasters say triple-digit heat with little chance of rain is to continue.
July 20, 2012 in Nation/World on Page A4
WASHINGTON – The unusually hot, dry weather that has gripped the nation will not let up its stranglehold over the next few months, federal weather forecasters said Thursday. And that …