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In north Texas, a resident blanches at the idea of major water restrictions kicking in because of the area's drought:

In Garland, it's a major concern for resident Charlotte Piercy, who has lived in her neighborhood for 56 years. Piercy already hates her grass looking brown because of the Winter, but she fears, come the spring, it won't get green again.

"I would hate to see us go to that stage," said Piercy. "The neighborhood would start looking like grasslands, like dried up prairie lands."

John Fleck tweets

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Note: You live in a dried up prairie.

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