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9/24/2018  AZ-NV-7 AZNavajo Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Received a total of 0.33" last week that is already gone. Roads and trails are very dusty. Lawns, gardens need watering weekly. Natural areas (meadows) are starting to cure out; partly due to dryness and partly to seasonal change. Prescribed burning scheduled to start soon.  
9/24/2018  CA-HM-5 CAHumboldt Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Five of last seven days clear overnight, with days clear and in the low 70. ETo for week 0.46", down 0.13" from week before. Cottonwoods, willows big leaf maples and redwood continue to dry and drop leaves. Late mustard seed pods drying, as is everlasting peas. Wild rose leaves mostly fallen with rose hips in abundance. Last of the blackberries ripening as leaves dry and fall.  
9/24/2018  CA-SD-90 CASan Diego Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
We've had no precip, but cooler weather and more stratus night and mornings, sometimes not clearing until noon. No irrigation schedule changes.  
9/24/2018  CO-CR-12 COCrowley Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Working our way back the wrong direction. Very dry and dusty. Quite a few antelope around. Should be a good hunting season. Cold front moving through. Hopeful it will bring some moisture.  
9/24/2018  CO-GN-59 COGunnison Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Spring flows are creeks are very low. Precipitation is well below average. Aspen leaf color peaked at the normal time- around 9/20. However, the leaves are fading to brown very quickly after changing color, probably due to the lack of moisture.  
9/24/2018  CO-HF-24 COHuerfano Severely Dry General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
No end in sight for the drought conditions. Garden is looking worse and worse under watering restrictions.  
9/24/2018  CO-LP-70 COLa Plata Severely Dry General Awareness
Fire
No rain and more wind. Ground very dusty and wood on ground snaps due to no moisture.  
9/24/2018  CO-LP-98 COLa Plata Severely Dry General Awareness
No moisture in the forecast. Trees are turning yellow and leaves are falling.  
9/24/2018  CO-WE-528 COWeld Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
The ground is very dry and the alfalfa is dry, gray looking  
9/24/2018  CT-FR-9 CTFairfield Near Normal General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
Although this local area missed out on the remnant rains from Florence, this area seems to be near normal with soil moisture and river flows.  
9/24/2018  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Mildly Dry General Awareness
77*f chance of ran 30%. A high temp of 93.  
9/24/2018  IL-KN-67 ILKane Near Normal General Awareness
Society & Public Health
Even though it has not rained in several days, seasonal temperatures and heavy dew at night have kept vegetation near normal. Allergens seem to be high as many people have been complaining that their seasonal allergies have been bothering them this week.  
9/24/2018  IL-MCH-80 ILMcHenry Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Not much rain for the last few weeks and some plants showing signs. Harvest is great however due to fields being dry. leaves changing as we have been in the 40's at night.  
9/24/2018  IN-DV-1 INDaviess Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Harvest is progressing well. Grass is needing weekly mowing, so there is plenty of moisture in the soil.  
9/24/2018  IN-PT-12 INPorter Mildly Dry General Awareness
No effect.  
9/24/2018  IA-BT-11 IABenton Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Farmers spent the week watching it rain and hoping for a quick dry out of the fields. The weekend sunshine helped tremendously so some field work was accomplished though word was that farm equipment did get stuck. Tree leaves are changing colors and the barn swallows have departed. The rivers are expected to crest today at nearby towns and cities.  
9/24/2018  MD-CR-5 MDCarroll Severely Wet Agriculture
Water table is above average. Half of one barn has turned into a swamp and is now unusable. Having to sell 40 head of lambs since they can not be kept in there. Fields have standing water in them, cannot mow or spray or spread manure.  
9/24/2018  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Quite cool last night.  
9/24/2018  NE-LA-19 NELancaster Near Normal General Awareness
Cooler temperatures this week and around an inch of rain. Everything seems normal for this time of year. A few Painted Lady butterflies this year. Finches have left for the South or are out in the fields away from my feeders.  
9/24/2018  NV-CC-21 NVCarson City Severely Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Very dry conditions have prevailed again through the last week, with no precipitation. High temperatures were near average during the day, but lows in the local area have been dipping into the mid and upper 30s due to a very dry air mass. With the combination noted, fall colors have begun to show up in the local mountains with the aspen trees and even some color beginning to show on local trees in the Carson City area.  
9/24/2018  NY-WN-18 NYWayne Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Grass is growing and green, flowering plants and vegetables are nearing the end of their growth, but things look near normal as far as soil moisture. The cooler days and night temperatures probably have a lot to do with it.  
9/24/2018  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Mostly sunny to sunny and warm with a mild breeze, cooler at night, allowing continued blight and mold development, mild tomato and apple losses, major losses of squash and zucchini.  
9/24/2018  NC-DH-6 NCDurham Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Back home after 3 weeks and missed quite a bit! But wonderful neighbors kept the gauge monitored everyday...but didn't do these reports. So....with more than 10" of rain from Florence it looks like things are drying out. With of course a whole lot of soil moisture available and plant growth lush. Many selfookj-seeding summer annuals such as cleome, amaranth, etc. have fallen over due to rain and just plain rank growth! After several dry Septembers the last few years, this is quite a different state of affairs!  
9/24/2018  NC-DH-48 NCDurham Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
We have had no rain since the remnants of Florence pulled out of our state a week ago. The cooler days and overcast skies have helped to preserve soil moisture. the low wet spot is firm but not dried out. The nuts on the Shagbark Hickory are gone and the leaves are starting to curl and die. Fall is on its way. The Pyracantha berries are 7 mm in diameter and most have turned orange with just a few still green. The first to turn are a deeper orange and 3/4's of them can easily be classified as orange. The Rose bush has but one flower and the rest of about a dozen have wilted. The Crepe Myrtle flowers have wilted and the last one is in a sorry state. The Glossy Abelia are slowly losing their leaves and flowers. It is easy to see to the back of these bushes. The Gardenia has about a 6 flowers on it and some are in the process of wilting. The Holly bush berries are growing a deeper green. Some of the berries are 8 mm in diameter but most are around 7 mm. There are no signs of them turning red. We seem to have Hummingbirds that may not have been here earlier. One in particular has a different stance while feeding; more bent over. She has been here awhile so we don't think she is migrating through. We have not seen a male hummingbird over the past two days.  
9/24/2018  OH-LS-23 OHLucas Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Soils are near normal for moisture, cover crops planted 2 weeks ago are growing well. Still mowing lawn.  
9/24/2018  PA-LZ-15 PALuzerne Moderately Wet General Awareness
Grass remains lush and green and muddy areas have not dried up all summer.  
9/24/2018  SC-GV-60 SCGreenville Near Normal No rain since the 1 1/2 days of a shower from Florence, just over a week ago. All that moisture soaked in well with no runoff. Plant growth normal; centipede yard had basically no growth during the week, likely due to the time of the year when growth slows anyway.  
9/24/2018  TX-DN-53 TXDenton Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Water Supply & Quality
We have had so much rain in the last 3 days - 8.26" over 3 days with 6.78 of that reported Saturday morning the 22nd. Currently there is standing water in most of the pastures, running water in the borrow ditches along the roadways, one local road washed out (no report yet on whether the road base was damaged or whether it is just the pavement washing off. Most of the vegetation is very green which is unusual for this time of year. Trees and shrubs look healthy and neighborhood ponds are full and overflowing. Lakes look full and streams are running turbid. Currently there are no burn bans in the area save one county that has enacted a permanent ban on open burning without a special permit (Wise county).  
9/24/2018  TX-VV-16 TXVal Verde Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
all the big rain puddles have soaked into the ground  
9/24/2018  TX-VV-34 TXVal Verde Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Temperature very comfortable this morning. A few clouds in the sky at sunrise - mostly cirrus but some stratus just to the east. Ground is soft and slightly moist but not soaked anymore. Watered the garden just before sunrise. Winds are easterly but light. Feels very pleasant. Wife even commented on how nice it was. It's always either too hot, too cold, too humid, too cloudy, too bright, etc and it makes her cranky but she was fine this morning. Have mercy. 68°F/20°C according to DRT ASOS.  
9/24/2018  WA-TH-28 WAThurston Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
It still appear to be dryer than normal even after some rain. Mushrooms are just beginning to pop up in the woods. Leaves are falling. Saw deer again this week, a buck this time. Weeks precip 0.34" ETo 0.09"  
9/24/2018  WI-KN-11 WIKenosha Near Normal General Awareness
some leaves falling, morning temps hit low 40's on Sunday  
9/24/2018  WY-PT-18 WYPlatte Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Has been very dry, grass dried out, but basically normal for this time of year-. Did get some rain last night to dampen the dust. Don't know if I should have put down normal-which for us it is, or put down moderately dry, which I did put down.  
9/24/2018  CAN-NB-1 CANNew Brunswick NA General Awareness
Precip zero and evap 0.08 in last 24 hrs. Irrometer 80 cb. Soil temp 11.7 C. Vegetation especially lawns show signs of dryness. First light frost this morning. River level below normal. FWI very high.  
9/24/2018  CAN-NS-53 CANNova Scotia Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
An inch of rain last Wednesday didn't do too much to relieve the drought. Very high winds on Friday made off with a lot of moisture. Woods walk yesterday - the lakes and streams are extremely low, and we've never seen the ponds in front of our home (been living here for 15 years, but visiting for over 60) this low. Fog at night on many occasions is the only thing saving the forests from an extreme fire danger, and thankfully, there have not been many fires. Many wells still dry, and the inch of rain did not much to bring them up.  
9/24/2018  CAN-PE-3 CANPrince Edward Island Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Garden is doing well. Harvest is proceeding well.