Come Monday, Columbus had gone 36 days without rain, last measuring .92 of an inch on Oct. 16, said Bob Jeswald, chief meteorologist for... Extreme Columbus drought killing trees, boosting fire danger

Come Monday, Columbus had gone 36 days without rain, last measuring .92 of an inch on Oct. 16, said Bob Jeswald, chief meteorologist for WRBL-TV.

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