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9/25/2022  AL-BW-105 ALBaldwin Moderately Dry General Awareness
Conditions are not affecting any activities.  View
9/25/2022  AZ-CH-72 AZCochise Mildly Dry General Awareness
1.84 inches precip this week. Cave Creek up in Portal running. No outflow from Horseshoe canyon. Many puddles on roads. Mosquitoes. Precip ahead of last year.  View
9/25/2022  AZ-NV-42 AZNavajo Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Monsoon moisture returned with some rain mid week and even heavy rain in the area but not as much at this location. Some rain fell each day starting Tuesday and continuing through Friday. A total of .50 inches fell for the week. High temperatures for the week were in the mid 70's to low 80's. The high of the week was 82° on Monday. The low of the week was 47° last Sunday. Signs of fall are here with some maples in the neighborhood starting to turn red as well as the burning bushes continuing to turn completely red. The surrounding open areas, with grasses and plants, are turning brown but think this is do to the plants maturing and the season. It isn't due to dryness. At least some of the tadpoles in the pond have completed their metamorphosis and have been seen with their heads sticking out of the water. There is also a lot of Rosey-Red Minnows in the pond from all the spawning this summer.  View
9/25/2022  AZ-PM-172 AZPima Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
As monsoon draws to a close, humidity is still high which helps the plants. Hopefully we will get some rain before we go into a dry period until winter rains begin. Right now most desert plants are still green.  View
9/25/2022  AR-PL-1 ARPolk Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Drought conditions have considerably worsened due to only 0.03” of rainfall this week and temperatures in the mid 90s. In the last 30 days we’ve had about 2.94” of rainfall with most of it occurring in early September. Soil moisture is very dry and vegetation is suffering. Tree leaves are turning brown and falling and most grass is brown especially in the afternoons. Streams and ponds levels are dropping fast and we’ll probably be in a burn ban soon if not already due to wildfire danger.  View
9/25/2022  CA-CC-31 CAContra Costa Mildly Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
finally, some early rain last week, enough to clear the air and help with the fires but not enough to avoid irrigation for more than the 2 days. Did break the heat spell but once again we are near triple digits  View
9/25/2022  CA-MT-20 CAMonterey Moderately Dry General Awareness
Monterey, CA - September 25, 2022: After the anonymous September storm wound down by mid-week, conditions returned to near normal. The days were a mixture of morning sun one day, then coastal stratus the next. Days were noticeably cooler with the vegetable garden slowing down. This morning's conditions: Winds calm, overcast skies, 61 F, 87% RH, 1018 Mb (steady).  View
9/25/2022  CA-OR-67 CAOrange Near Normal General Awareness
Clear, Coolish, Calm  View
9/25/2022  CA-SN-71 CASonoma Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Plants and grass are brown due to very dry conditions. Voluntary/part mandatory water use restrictions are in place. Soil is very dry. Plants and crops cannot grow without irrigation. Finally some rain this past week for a total of 0.74 in. Not much, but promising.  View
9/25/2022  CO-DL-63 CODelta Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
At this station I recorded 1.89” on 8-19-22 which greened things up and pastures have remained that way for the most part despite hot and dry spell first 10 days of September. Also this station had “moderate” amount of rain since then. The Grand Mesa National forest lakes and reservoirs ( 1/2 hr. North) are reported “ full”, or in good shape going into the fall , which is unusual for this time of year. Irrigation demand is down where I live.  View
9/25/2022  CO-GF-88 COGarfield Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
More rain this past week has meant the grass is the greenest it's been in September since we moved here 3 years ago. The flower garden was wet enough to easily weed. Gnat and grasshopper infestations have diminished, but keeping windows closed.  View
9/25/2022  CT-NL-18 CTNew London Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
About 2.4” of rain in the last two weeks. Great for the grass, growing fast. Vegetable garden is dying off. A few tomatoes left. Local reservoir is slowly starting to fill up again. About 3 feet below normal. Need a few more big rains to get it back to normal.  View
9/25/2022  CT-NL-56 CTNew London Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
We're in a peculiar situation: the overflow from the spring which holds our house's well is still dry, as it has been most of the summer, but with moderating temps and with fewer plants in the ground, topsoil moisture levels seem close to normal. Yet I still feel that, long term, we are below our normal pptn levels. Nevertheless, topsoil moisture is very close to normal, and seedlings, once started, can grow on their own without supplemental water.  View
9/25/2022  CT-WN-26 CTWindham Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
With almost 7" of rain so far this month the lawn has greened back up & I'm mowing regularly again. Haven't had to tap the water barrels this week. Several of our trees have dropped leaves early but otherwise the plants & shrubs are doing well. Squirrels are busy hauling the hickory nuts back to their nests. Current water year deficit is down to 5.25" with more rain due tonight.  View
9/25/2022  FL-DV-13 FLDuval Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Almost a week without rain again. Doesn't take long with the late summer sun and temps to dry things out.  View
9/25/2022  FL-OR-40 FLOrange Near Normal Cooling off a bit this week. In preparation for hurricane Ian. Stand by. Anybody's guess. Hope path will go further West, thus sparing central Florida.  View
9/25/2022  FL-OS-36 FLOsceola Moderately Wet General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Continued wet. Wetlands and ditches are full, swales have standing water, some low areas in private yards are covered with water. One homeowner here is using a pump to remove water from their backyard. Plants and wildlife are enjoying the return of rainy season. Fire risk is fairly low right now. When outdoors, mosquitoes are voracious.  View
9/25/2022  GA-CO-3 GACook Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
6" soil temp 76.2 F. ///6" soil meoisture 53 %  View
9/25/2022  GA-DK-51 GADeKalb Mildly Dry General Awareness
No precip in about two weeks.  View
9/25/2022  GA-MD-5 GAMcDuffie Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Soil is still fine. Humidity is better.  View
9/25/2022  GA-OC-18 GAOconee Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
.05 inches for the week. Ground cracking, grass crunchy. Had to use a drill to change moveable pig fencing. Watered vegetable garden twice; potted plants three times.  View
9/25/2022  HI-KI-2 HIKauai Near Normal General Awareness
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Fall temperatures falling slightly from summer temps and rain events seem to have subsided somewhat in my neck of the woods (windward)...  View
9/25/2022  IL-CP-1 ILChampaign Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Picked up 1.05" of rain this week, which held off us dropping back into Mildly Dry. Precip for the month is 1.62", which is about 50 percent of normal. No rain likely over the next week. Generally cooler weather has mitigated effects of the lack of rain, those lawn growth has slowed a little. Soybean leaves are yellowed and dropping, and corn is drying down. Another week or two before harvest activities get started.  View
9/25/2022  IL-HN-7 ILHancock Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
So we have had some rain a couple of inches or less. It helped the grass to grow. But it didn't help the water much. As in streams. Farmers are already picking corn.  View
9/25/2022  IL-KN-67 ILKane Near Normal General Awareness
Significant and periodic rain this week has maintained normal conditions.  View
9/25/2022  IL-LS-34 ILLa Salle Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
0.57" of rain this week wasn't quite enough to skip watering the flower beds and potted plants once. Grass and weeds still thriving. Mowed twice.  View
9/25/2022  IL-MCH-13 ILMcHenry Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
0.53 inches of rain fell this week, and Sept. PRISM average is 3.31 and my station has received 3.48. Grass, trees, shrubs all green and healthy, some leaves beginning to color and drop.  View
9/25/2022  IL-MCL-2 ILMcLean Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Still dry, but with an almost 2" rain a week ago, and another .29" this past week, ground moisture has improved. The squirrels are still digging holes to bury nuts and the top soil is dry-may be a hard winter if the squirrels are any indication, there are a lot of nuts being buried. Crops directly around us are probably a few weeks from harvest, in other areas of McLean County, harvest has begun on some corn fields-beans won't be far behind.  View
9/25/2022  IL-TZ-26 ILTazewell Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
For the week I received only 0.28" which keeps September on track for a very dry month, as of today I am 2.5" below our monthly 30yr. avg. Our farmer friends are in full harvest mode for corn and ready to switch and start on the beans. Some of the picked corn fields have already been tilled. My lawns are very hard and dry but still mostly green. Our pond is close to a foot low which is below normal but not critical. Our creek has stopped flowing but still has some standing water. The trees are starting to change into fall colors. I am still getting tomatoes but have to water them.  View
9/25/2022  IL-WN-50 ILWinnebago Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Soil is damp but not wet from periodic light to moderate showers. Lawn remains green, trees are not drooping although they are starting to think about showing color. Beans and corn are starting to dry down. River levels are slowly dropping from somewhat above "normal" to "normal".  View
9/25/2022  IL-WF-14 ILWoodford Near Normal Lawn and pasture still mostly green and growing slowly, aided by this weeks substantial rain. Creeks are low and saw almost no rise from over 1.5 inch rain. Crops drying out rapidly, perhaps faster than desired.  View
9/25/2022  IN-AL-60 INAllen Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Water Supply & Quality
Spotty showers with an accumulation of about a half inch of rain have made for fairly normal conditions. Ground conditions at an 8 to 10 inch depth in areas examined show a slightly moist soil with some crumbling. Plants that are still flowering are goldenrod, hydrangeas, roses, delphinium, goldsturm,mums, asters and lavender (reblooming). Annuals still hanging on include petunias, nasturtiums, cleome, marigolds, zinnias, daisies, gazanias, and fuschia. Grass is green, thick and verdant, requiring weekly mowings still. Due to cooler temperatures,it hasn't been necessary to run the air conditioning as often. Retention pond has normal water levels. Water color varies from a light tan in some areas to green in others. A small flock of Canadian geese was spotted resting on the banks beside the pond. Some minnows were also seen swimming in the shallows. Vegetation around the water is green and healthy. Birds at the feeders and the bird bath included bluebirds, blue jays, sparrows, house finches, goldfinches, woodpeckers, mourning doves, and a soaring redtailed hawk.  View
9/25/2022  IN-MD-38 INMadison Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
We ended the week with 0.58" of rain. September has observed 3.15" of rain with 4.87" in the last 30 days. Neighborhood lawns look very healthy and green. Our lawn is still holding a lot of moisture with the only dry looking areas those exposed to sun all day. Much cooler temperatures has helped greatly. Corn and soybeans are starting to turn and look to be on track. We'll see how the yields were affected by the drought earlier in the summer. Local rivers and streams appear to be at normal levels.  View
9/25/2022  IN-OW-9 INOwen Near Normal General Awareness
Normal conditions, no adverse affects  View
9/25/2022  IN-PR-3 INParke Mildly Dry General Awareness
< 1 inch of rain for week hot humid slight breeze  View
9/25/2022  IN-RP-4 INRipley Near Normal High temperature of 91 on Wednesday afternoon, 41 for a low on Friday morning. Fall has arrived. Trees are showing more fall color.  View
9/25/2022  IA-BT-16 IABenton Moderately Dry General Awareness
The grass has slowed growth in most spots and if going dormant. Cracking can be seen in the top soil that is exposed. Top 6 inches of soil is mostly dry to the touch.  View
9/25/2022  IA-BC-9 IABuchanan Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Rain for the week at this location was 0.14 & a trace. Ground is starting to crack in some spots. Gardens are pretty much done for the year. Crops appear good, beans quickly turning. Saw some evidence of trial corn picking in travels over the end of the week. Were on some back roads and Fall plants are pretty. People out and about at Flea Market we attended.  View
9/25/2022  IA-LN-49 IALinn Near Normal General Awareness
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
1.General Awareness. This applies to all checked categories for this report. 4.Energy unchanged with exception of 98F record breaking heat on 09/20. On 9/22 we had a Wind Chill of 42-38F in the area. 5.Fire Currently 4 active burn bans in my state. 6 current proclamations. Red Flag Warnings Currently Issued by NWS for Iowa. 6. Plants and Wildlife Mowing needed this week despite brown grass. Fall crocus bloomed near where Acorn damage to cars occurred. Still arachnids,seemingly decreasing. Grasshoppers were seen. Social Media reports of Skinny Fox and Opossums approaching resident’s dwellings. 7. Relief, Response & Restrictions please see section 5. Fire 8. Society & Public Health .3 Mood Overall Satisfied. Based on Social Media comments, cooler weather was well received, sweater weather. Grateful mowing was needed.  View
9/25/2022  IA-TY-2 IATaylor Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Some harvest of wet corn has started, many of beans have turned yellow, some dropping leaves. Dug a couple of post holes, most soil profile bone dry. A few have started feeding hay until stock ground gets opened up. Creeks are dry with grass growing in the bottom. Ponds and rivers low.  View
9/25/2022  IA-WR-5 IAWarren Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Measured about four-tenths this past week which has really helped the grass the green up more and grow. Plants in general look at bit better around the place. Pond has come up. Dirt road is nearly dry. Crops continue to mature but seems the pace has slowed as a general impression. Past couple of days have been beautiful. Nice breeze this morning.  View
9/25/2022  IA-WB-17 IAWebster Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Cool temperatures and little rain the dry conditions continue. No improvement. Lawns and pastures are somewhat green. Crops have matured beans lost leaves and corn is mostly brown. Trees are changing color and some leaves are dropping. Soil in flower beds and garden appears dry and has some cracks.  View
9/25/2022  KY-LE-1 KYLee Mildly Dry Agriculture
We're a 100% grassfed home dairy operation. We top our paddocks on a staggered schedule to hopefully ensure the cows always have fresh, new growth to eat. With this drought, we can't use the paddock that's now ready, because the Johnson Grass is stressed and prussic acid is toxic to livestock. And, the next paddocks in sequence don't have enough regrowth for the cows to graze. So, today, we're starting to feed hay.  View
9/25/2022  LA-OC-5 LAOuachita Parish Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
September has been a relatively dry month so far, despite that fact northeast Louisiana YTD rainfall totals are 10" above average. Coupled with summer-like highs in the 90s, lawns and gardens are dry. Regular watering is needed for vegetables and flowering plants. A missed watering opportunity last week killed my Italian parsley.  View
9/25/2022  ME-LN-1 MELincoln Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Lawn and pasture are green and doing well,3.34 inches of rain during the past week. For the first time in a while stream shows good flow. For these reason I have changed condition from moderately dry to mildly dry.  View
9/25/2022  ME-SG-16 MESagadahoc Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Three inches of rain that fell this week will inxure that trees will color this fall rather than just turning brown. Puddles were short-lived and depressions show no ponding. Grasses have returned to green but mushrooms in abundance like they were last year are absent. It is another big acorn year and squirrels and chipmunks are busy.  View
9/25/2022  ME-WL-8 MEWaldo Near Normal General Awareness
Over three inches of rain this week has helped make conditions about normal for this time of year. Grass is nice and green and needs mowing each week, the garden is about finished for the season and the leaves are starting to change, perhaps a few days early.  View
9/25/2022  ME-WL-27 MEWaldo Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Large and samll ponds have slowly increasing water levels. All small streams (<5 feet wide) have flowing water. Larger streams are still a bit low but with plenty of flowing water. Beaver flowages have a bit more water and the outlets are flowing. Freshwater wetlands are getting greener just in time for fall. Grass about the house needs mowing again! Dug a couple of post holes Saturday and the soil was moist to at least 3 feet below ground level. I could clump the soil in my hand. Skunks and raccoons are thriving and we get daily visits from two large flocks (10-12 birds) of wild turkeys. A few of the maples (red and sugar) are starting to change color.  View
9/25/2022  MD-BL-25 MDBaltimore Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Rain is predicted for today but none as yet. Ground is very dry an dusty in spots.  View
9/25/2022  MD-HR-23 MDHarford Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Temps were below normal to normal the last 7 days...Total Precip: 0.20" Rain... Surface Soils are dry and hard but some rain is expected later today...grass has greened up in many areas...Many Plants and shrubs are in distress or diseased....mowing caused excessive dust to become airborne... Soil Temps were steady and Soil Moisture fell... **High Centibar Readings mean drier soil...ie; 0 = Saturated Soil..120 or above = Severe Drought **Current Soil Readings @ 7am: Current Surface Soil Temp: 55F...Grass Temp: 54.2F.. 2 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 64F...Soil Moisture: 39 Centibars.. 6 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 64F...Soil Moisture: 22 Centibars.. 24 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 66F...Soil Moisture: 21 Centibars.. 36 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 66F...Soil Moisture: 32 Centibars.. Birds were active at the feeders and fountain...1 Bluebird house has Bluebirds. 2 Bog Turtles were seen.. Trees, shrubs, wildlife are not doing well in general... No farm activity this week. Creek level and flow are below normal...  View
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