With a drought that clocked some two-thirds of America's midsection during the summer, the ramifications are not finished making themselves felt. Crops ... cattle ... and now people.
People without water.
Ask the 94,000 people of San Angelo, Texas who are running out of water. Fast.
The city -- once known as "the oasis" of dry west Texas -- now says it only has enough water supplies to last one more year. On October 16, it will enforce its highest level of emergency measures to save its water supply.