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12/3/2020  CA-TH-12 CATehama Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Rainy season has not started as yet due to high pressure continuing to sit off west coast of California. Drought conditions are moving toward severe range. No rain expected until mid-December. Irrigation of yard and bushes continues.  
12/3/2020  FL-LK-5 FLLake Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
RF of 0.20" this past week and a recent cold snap is res/in cont 'nr-norm' lc's. No changes from last report on 11/27.  
12/3/2020  GA-FL-23 GAFloyd Moderately Wet General Awareness
limited activities  
12/3/2020  ID-AD-9 IDAda Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
November 22-28, 2020: a trace more than 0.07" as snow precipitation this week, falling on Nov. 25 and reported AM of the 26th. Snow did not last long on the ground and was mostly gone from even shaded areas within a day or so. Mornings have been in the 20's and days in the upper 30's to 40's. Sunny to overcast, sometimes not enough sunshine during the day to recharge outdoor solar lights. Trees have mostly dropped leaves, but leaves on this year's growth on apple trees are still green and on the trees. Leaves on the japanese maple were flash frozen in October and are still on the tree. Hardy little carnations are still blooming in the garden! Birds are hungry and very active at the feeders. Anna's hummingbirds are using their feeders from about 7:30 AM to dusk each day.  
12/3/2020  MI-BN-5 MIBerrien Near Normal Agriculture
had T of snow yesterday snow gone 9ce on pound  
12/3/2020  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Trace of snow.  
12/3/2020  MO-BN-50 MOBoone Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
12/2/2020 was mostly sunny to partly cloudy to cloudy, light east to southeast winds, seasonably cool to unseasonably mild and continued DRY. Very light rain remains over southwest and south-central MO. Hence, ASH Street and other central Boone county community gardens/small farms condition monitoring is estimated 70% mildly wet and 30% near normal. Except for small plot northwest ASH Street garden of covered oriental vegetables, Most Ash Street garden, including ASH street west, plots of oriental vegetables remain past harvest.  
12/3/2020  NY-WR-20 NYWarren Mildly Wet General Awareness
Fire
Society & Public Health
no change  
12/3/2020  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Cloudy with light flurries and wind gusts putting large branches in motion, clearing off around midday, then becoming partly cloudy overnight. The high temperature was around thirty four degrees and the low around twenty nine degrees Fahrenheit. Canadian Geese and Blackbird flocks are still around.  
12/3/2020  NC-CM-42 NCCumberland Near Normal General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
As winter rolls near, we are still getting some showers. The streams and ponds in the area have plenty of water.  
12/3/2020  VA-SC-1 VAScott Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
This report is for the month of November 2020. The month has ended with almost 2 inches below average precipitation. I recorded just 1.92 inches of rain. The monthly average is 3.66 inches. This is quite different from November 2019, which had over 2.00 inches above normal. The total number of days with precipitation for the month was 7. The most rain recorded for a 24 hr period was 1.08 inches which occurred on the 11th. We had 0.5 inches of snow on the last day of the month. The average temperature for November 2020 was warmer than November 2019. The average high was 62°F for 2020 compared to 52°F for 2019 and the average low was 40°F, compared to 36°F for November 2019. The highest temperature for the month at this location was 77°F. The lowest temperature for the month was 25°F. The warmer weather allowed most farmers to delay feeding hay. The grass in the yard grew some during the month and in fact could be mowed again, but that’s not going to happen. Usually see a Great Blue Herron hanging around the farm pond in November, but haven’t seen one yet.  
12/3/2020  WI-VR-1 WIVernon Moderately Dry General Awareness
Moderately Dry