You'd be surprised what native perennial bunch grasses can handle in the way of drought stress once they have a compliment of native forbs to prepare the soil.
I have sandy soil. It hasn't rained here since June. We have had 90°F temperatures here for most of three months. I still have green grass.
Not if you have livestock. Or even rabbits.
And nice that you got rain in June.
It basically hasn't rained in Texas since last September. We have had less than 10" since Sep, and nothing over .75 at any given time. The past 12 months will be the driest ever recorded. We have had over 70 days of 100+ here, and not much is green anymore.