ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The Rio Grande could start drying-up in the Albuquerque as early as next week.
The Albuquerque Journal is reporting the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation says the river could drop to its lowest levels this summer since the 80's.
This is because of the drought.
The city usually gets some of its drinking water from the Rio Grande, but now hey will be getting their water from underground wells.
Most experts say the drought New Mexico is in, is the worst to hit the state in a century.
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