PIERRE — Drought conditions again have taken a downward turn in South Dakota with the latest update of the U-S Drought Monitor for the state. Extreme D-3 drought has expanded in central South Dakota in now include eastern Lyman, eastern Dewey, northern Potter and nearly all of Brule County. Severe drought has expanded to Haakon, northeast Jackson and much of western Dewey County. Severe drought continues for all of Hand, Hyde, Buffalo, Hughes, Sully, Stanley, Jones, southern Ziebach and western Lyman. Moderate drought is indicated in northern Ziebach and northwest Dewey County. Moderate drought is set up in the southern Jackson, Mellette and Tripp Counties. Top soil moisture in South Dakota is listed at 90-pecent short to very short.