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5/25/2019  AZ-SC-10 AZSanta Cruz Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
No rain, dry hillsides, no forage, fire danger.  
5/25/2019  CO-BO-490 COBoulder Moderately Wet General Awareness
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Tourism & Recreation
It was another very wet, cool week with 1.55" total precipitation including 3.5" of snow at my station. Temperatures were generally in the 40s, well below normal for this time of year. Our heat was on most of the week. Grass is very green and long. I didn't try to hike due to the weather. No wildfires, fire or watering restrictions. Starting yesterday things dried out and temperatures are back to normal.  
5/25/2019  CO-DG-176 CODouglas Near Normal General Awareness
6 days of cooler temperatures and overcast skies. The effects of late May snow still being observed. Fruit trees being monitored.  
5/25/2019  CO-LR-273 COLarimer Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
After a cool, wet week with a late-spring snow, I'd now say we're on the wet side. Vegetation is lush. Lilacs are still in full bloom (later than average) and ag activities are lagging behind. Bird migrations still in progress with many beauties still passing through this past week. High mountains still plastered in snow, so runoff will be large when it get's rolling again  
5/25/2019  CT-MD-21 CTMiddlesex Mildly Wet Plants & Wildlife
All plants are growing well.  
5/25/2019  DE-NC-10 DENew Castle NA General Awareness
Springs flowing normally.  
5/25/2019  FL-BK-7 FLBaker Moderately Dry Plants & Wildlife
Drying and dying landscape is so sad. The lawn smells like hay. Don't have an irrigation system, so setting out sprinklers to spot treat seems futile, but still try to save some areas. The threat of wild fire is real with woods all around and some fires already being reported.  
5/25/2019  FL-DV-47 FLDuval Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Unseasonably hot and dry weather here. Smoke from wildfires shut down I-95 just north of downtown Jacksonville for quite a while on Thursday, on the eve of the Memorial Day weekend. Watering lawns and newly-planted trees will be a necessity this week. The outdoor Jazz Festival in town is affected by very hot, very sunny weather conditions.  
5/25/2019  FL-MR-65 FLMarion Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
A bit drier and warmer this past week. 0.11" of rain for the week; my location is nearly an inch above monthly PRISM average. I did have to start watering the lawn and shrubs at the end of the week. Wild grasses and plants are green and showing no signs of dehydration...  
5/25/2019  FL-VL-61 FLVolusia Moderately Dry General Awareness
We are in a dry period. No precipitation in about 10 days. City of Ormond Beach is discontinuing the use of its reclaimed water used for irrigation.  
5/25/2019  GA-CB-41 GACobb Mildly Dry General Awareness
No measurable rain since 5/12. Trees and shrubs not yet showing signs of drought, but yards and grass have begun to look stressed. Areas receiving more sun with no irrigation have begun to turn brown and appear dull in color. Calculated evapotranspiration from Davis Vantage Pro 2 station for month is 3.679 inches with monthly CoCoRaHA rain totaling 2 inches.  
5/25/2019  GA-DK-51 GADeKalb Mildly Dry General Awareness
12 consecutive days without rain.  
5/25/2019  ID-AD-9 IDAda Moderately Wet General Awareness
May 18-25,2019: a little more than 1.81 inches rain over the week-- only one dry day, greatest amounts (0.51 and 1.14 in) of rain measured on Monday and Tuesday AM. Tuesday's heaviest rain was pre-dawn, about 4 and 5 AM. Wednesday was sunny and dry until late afternoon, then light rain again overnight. Day and night temperatures are cool, lower than average. The soil is very wet. Plants, shrubs, and trees are thriving in the rains. Lawn grass is growing inches during the week. Grasses are also thriving in the foothills and mountain areas, and there are concerns that drying grasses may add to wildland fire dangers later this summer. Pollen counts were very low until later in the week when rainfall was a trace or only a few hundredths a day. Snow occurred at above about 6,000 ft elevation during wettest storms, and mountain peaks are covered again. Streams and rivers are handling the continuing precipitation with only minor flooding in lowest areas adjacent to the stream channels. Upper Boise basin reservoirs are at 91%, 73%, and 93% capacity (Lucky Peak, Arrowrock, and Anderson Ranch). Rain is forecast until mid-week then drying and warmer.  
5/25/2019  ID-AD-56 IDAda Mildly Wet Agriculture
Water Supply & Quality
WATER Report No.5 - As of MAY 22, 2019 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The WATER SUPPLY For SOUTHERN IDAHO > TOTAL DRAINAGE In the SNAKE RIVER BASIN From the North-Eastern Idaho Yellowstone Corner - Ranging West and South - to the South-Western Idaho/ Oregon/ Nevada Corner. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IDAHO SNOTEL - CURRENT WATER CONTENT of SNOWPACK This Data was Collected on (or about) May 22nd, 2019. This Summary was prepared by the USDA/ NRCS - National Water & Climate Center in Portland, Oregon. See the "URL" - www.wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/reports/ This SNOW-PACK DRAINS Into the Following Listed Connecting Rivers/ Tributaries: > This Data is Based upon a 30 Year Average (From 1981 to 2011). - Henry's Fork, Teton River - Current Water Content - 113 % - Little Snake River, Lower Pallisades - Current Water Content - 119 % - Willow Creek, Blackfoot River, Portneuf River - Current Water Content - 136 % - Medicine Lodge River, Beaver Creek, Camas Creek - Current Water Content - 128 % - Little Lost River, Birch Creek - Current Water Content 155 % - Big Lost River - Current Water Content - 139 % - Big Wood River - Current Water Content - 125 % - Little Wood River - Current Water Content - 129 % - Goose Creek Drainage - Current Water Content - 225 % - Salmon Falls Drainage - Current Water Content - 190 % - Bruneau River - Current Water Content - 157 % - Bear River - Current Water Content - 169 % NOTE : Bear River Drains into Northern UTAH - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Boise River - Current Water Content - 112 % - Payette River - Current Water Content - 124 % - Weiser River - Current Water Content - Unrecorded - Salmon River - Current Water Content - 102 % - Clearwater River Drainage - Current Water Content - 87 %  
5/25/2019  ID-VL-1 IDValley Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
The first half of May was dry but the last part of May has been wet. Fields are growing nicely but Spring has been late in coming.  
5/25/2019  IL-CK-154 ILCook Severely Wet Ground is Soaked. Every time it rains we receive a flash flooding warnings  
5/25/2019  IL-GY-27 ILGrundy Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Very wet conditions prevail again this week. Very few crops in and lakes and rivers are overflowing and flooding, lots of pounding  
5/25/2019  IL-WL-63 ILWill Mildly Wet General Awareness
Nine consecutive days with measurable rain has left our yard green, growing rapidly, and soggy. The grass needs to be mowed every third day except that the wet lawn would make an infernal mess out of it.  
5/25/2019  IN-AL-42 INAllen Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Moderately wet conditions prevail. Many farmers report inability to get crops into ground, which needs to be accomplished within the next week or so. After that, yields would likely start to be affected.  
5/25/2019  IA-DV-2 IADavis Severely Wet Agriculture
no field work the last eight days. Warmer temps has grass growing at last.  
5/25/2019  IA-HR-16 IAHarrison Moderately Wet General Awareness
Another wet week with 2.72 of rain falling. Soil very moist and all pastures lush with grass.  
5/25/2019  KS-BU-25 KSButler Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
8.53 since last report- soil is so saturated that even when light rain starts to fall, puddles/standing water appear almost immediately. Standing water everywhere, nearby creek out of it's banks. Garden is all but done for. For the month of May here, we stand at 13.51" rainfall. And more rain is forecast with a week to go in the month. Normal rainfall for May here is 4.95"...  
5/25/2019  KS-DG-59 KSDouglas Moderately Wet General Awareness
Very wet week. The ground is soaked. There is standing water in the fields and low spots after every rain, even if little new precipitation fell.  
5/25/2019  KS-JO-53 KSJohnson Severely Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Seven plus inches of rain this last week have turned our lawns into squishy bogs.  
5/25/2019  KS-KW-2 KSKiowa Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
3.74 rain this week put the creeks out of their banks again. Field work is at a standstill. The pasture grass and cattle are doing great.  
5/25/2019  KS-PT-36 KSPottawatomie Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Extremely wet. Surface moisture causing problems everyway. Temperature remains below average. Warmth would improve grass conditions.  
5/25/2019  KY-CM-3 KYCumberland Moderately Dry Agriculture
.13 inches of rain during this week. Hayfields moderately dry.  
5/25/2019  KY-KN-15 KYKenton Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
1.65 inches of rain in the past week. The soil continues to be quite moist. Plant growth is intense.  
5/25/2019  ME-HN-57 MEHancock Mildly Wet General Awareness
no adverse conditions noted  
5/25/2019  MA-BE-18 MABerkshire Near Normal Plants & Wildlife
Soil continues to be on the moist side, clumps to tools. The pond level has lowered since the past week though and overall conditions seem to be more normal concerning moisture. The flowering shrubs and trees all are having a banner year, blossoms remaining for extended periods. Good honey bee activity on freshly flowering hollies. Bird population and activity is very good this year.  
5/25/2019  MI-WS-11 MIWashtenaw Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The very heavy storms have been missing us this past week. We had enough rain that everything is green and outside watering isn't needed. Most trees have leafed out, lilacs are just passing their peak. Birds and animals very active.  
5/25/2019  MI-WY-125 MIWayne Moderately Wet General Awareness
Moderately wet conditions.  
5/25/2019  MN-ML-8 MNMille Lacs Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Ground is very saturated, and in most of the yard, it is squishy. Bottoms of road ditches are full of water, streams and rivers are over their banks. Few farmers have been able to get into their field to plant crops. Oaks are just starting to bud, flowering trees have not started to flower yet. Deer coming through yard look skinny - you could see the ribs on a young buck last night looking for food at the bird feeders. Have not yet been able to plant the garden or even mow the yard yet. Many, many different types of birds at the feeders. Having to fill feeders daily.  
5/25/2019  MN-MW-8 MNMower Moderately Wet General Awareness
Most soils are saturated, making drainage poor; fields, ditches, yards have standing puddles. Basement sump pump operating continuously. Water table is high and local creeks are much higher than usual. Frogs still singing vigorously in small retention pond.  
5/25/2019  MN-PN-17 MNPine Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Low areas of the lawn are downright soggy, the rest is very moist; too wet to mow. Some ditches have standing water and a few small stream beds/creeks have water over their banks, flooding surrounding land. Oaks are leafing out; fruit trees still slow to leaf. Several weeds blooming, mainly dandelions and winter cress. Baltimore orioles still here along with the rose breasted grosbeaks, doves and increased robins.The same number of blue jays, red winged blackbirds and grackles seen along with finches and chickadees. Seem to be seeing less pileated woodpeckers, although the other types are still here. Didn't see any cardinals this week, either. Chorus frogs heard in pond. Occasional lone turkey and deer seen.  
5/25/2019  MS-LY-4 MSLafayette Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
It has taken a long time for the soil to dry, and it still has clods because of the wet under layer. Plants are coming on and beginning to grow.  
5/25/2019  MO-NW-4 MONewton Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
We have gone to the now wettest spring in many years with nearly ten inches of rain this week (9.8") in the seven day reporting period. The creeks and rivers are above flood stages by many feet. Shoal Creek crested at about 17 feet Friday and we have had more rain since then. Grass and fields are growing rapidly but need Sunshine. Many Tornadoes (EF-0 -- EF-3) reported in the area and property damage was extensive in Carl Junction. Three people killed and many with some injury. Wildlife is active with some having to seek new shelter. Many roads are washed or covered with flood water (Ours included) for several days now. Fire danger is low except as caused by downed lines due to the continuous storms. Many water rescues have been made every day. Water supplies in most cities have not been compromised, although a few have issued cautions and boil orders. Tourism and recreational facilities along creeks and rivers are somewhat restricted and considered dangerous for this Memorial Day Weekend.  
5/25/2019  NH-RC-17 NHRockingham Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Water Supply & Quality
The wet ground here may be contributing to the enormous amount of tree pollen that is making many of us in southern NH miserable. Between that and the black flies which have plenty of running water to breed in, being outside in the prime time for gardening is almost impossible. We had a thunderstorm right over us the other night, unusual since our little mountain usually diverts storms away from us on the east side. It dropped almost half an inch of rain in less than an hour.  
5/25/2019  NM-BR-239 NMBernalillo Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Observed conditions are as expected for this time of year. There has been very little dust in strong wind which indicates that there is soil moisture and that vegetation is holding down the dust. Plants and trees are healthy. There are many flowers and butterflies.  
5/25/2019  NY-MG-4 NYMontgomery Mildly Wet Plants & Wildlife
My land is on a slope so our wet weather has actually drained to the lower end of the property making it harder to mow and the upper end grass is not recovering as fast. But the dandelions are loving it!  
5/25/2019  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Partly cloudy to cloudy and warm with wind gusts putting small branches in motion. The high temperature was around sixty eight degrees and the low around fifty five degrees Fahrenheit. Garden preparations are beginning.  
5/25/2019  NC-CT-39 NCCatawba Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Farmers are making hay. Earlier this week, a field that was cut next to this station received 0.15 inches of rain the day after it was cut. This delayed bailing. Wheat is starting to turn yellow. Backyard gardens need to be watered. Many lawns remain mostly green. However, clover and plantain in some areas are starting to shrivel up. The forecast for the next week has highs in the mid to upper 90's with high humidity. Strenuous outdoor activities must be limited to early morning or late evening.  
5/25/2019  NC-HK-3 NCHoke Moderately Dry General Awareness
100 degrees on 5/24/19. Early leaf fall on deciduous trees  
5/25/2019  NC-ON-86 NCOnslow Moderately Dry Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
As of today we have gone 11 days without rain. Ground can be tilled but moisture rapidly dissipates.  
5/25/2019  NC-SM-23 NCSampson Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
About to enter drought conditions  
5/25/2019  NC-WK-6 NCWake Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
On Thursday of this week we saw the first indications of water stress on vegetation. Many leaves on the river birch trees turned yellow and dropped to the ground. At the same time, the leaves on the magnolia tree started turning brown and dropping off. The growth of the grass in the lawn has slowed. The soil is dry even when digging a hole. The creek has dried up completely and has no water flowing in it. The pond level has dropped further and the water remains murky colored. No water is flowing out of the pond. The great blue heron is still spending his days fishing in the pond. Other birds, including at least one humming bird are frequenting the bird feeders in our yard.  
5/25/2019  NC-WK-185 NCWake Near Normal Plants & Wildlife
Not too wet or dry recently. While most plants/shrubs/grass are mostly green there is a little more tan/brown around the edges this week than prior. In terms of biodiversity, I encounter and or observe the following regularly in recent week: geese, goslings, rabbits, turtles, dove, monarch butterfly, moth, bee, skimmers, snakes and snakeskins, great blue heron, wild turkey, and spiders. I have not seen deer, gulls or opossums recently.  
5/25/2019  OH-HM-24 OHHamilton Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
1.19 inches of rain during the past week with above normal temperatures and drying rates. Soil moisture is above normal. Local plants, crops, or pastures are healthy and lush.  
5/25/2019  OH-HR-11 OHHuron Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
On 5/19 we got two waves of rain and a little wind, but escaped any serious weather and received only .23 in. of rain. The total for the week is .43 in. but the ground is very wet. On 5/23 we got .19 in. after a fast-moving, windy storm. Tornadoes elsewhere and wind damage East of here. Our CSA is starting almost a month later than usual. On 5/20 I drove south of Norwalk for about 10 miles, through farmland. I saw small portions of fields tilled and a lot of equipment idle in the fields. Dame’s Rocket is in bloom along the roadsides. My sage is about to burst into bloom. Baltimore Orioles have been coming to orange halves and grape jelly for about 2 weeks. We are seeing Hummingbirds, but not at our feeder. House Finches abound, and the Red-Bellied Woodpecker is a frequent visitor to the peanut feeder. We see the occasional Cardinal, Blue Jay, and Mourning Dove. Chives are in bloom and quite pretty. Columbines are blooming, one dark red and one a gorgeous pink with ruffled blooms. Begonias look good. Oregano is growing well and marjoram is trying to hog the whole bed. Forget-me-nots are in bloom under a crabapple tree.  
5/25/2019  SC-AK-75 SCAiken Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
NWS COOP STATION GNTS1 LOCAL CONDITIONS BECOME MODERATELY DRY. This station has had eight consecutive days of >90 F temperatures. AIKEN 2E has had record breaking temperatures since 19MAY2019. Despite early morning irrigation efforts, my lawns are turning more light brown than green. Rainfall for May = 3.83 inches which is normal. But, this station has only received 0.07 inches since 11MAY19. Rainfall for 2019 = 14.83 inches which is -5.85 below normal. Due to the recent dome of high pressure over the CSRA region, evapotranspiration diurnal rates have increased to at least 0.20 inches. Evapotranspiration for May = 3.87 inches. Evapotranspiration for 2019 growing season = 7.50 inches. Soil Temperatures (4" and 8" depths) have risen from the upper 70's to the lower 80's. USEPA PM2.5 Air Quality Index readings have been in the GOOD to MODERATE range with diurnal afternoon high readings in the UNHEALTHY FOR SENSITIVE GROUPS