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4/12/2021  CT-TL-27 CTTolland Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Over the past two weeks, there has been about an inch of rain at this site, but until tonight nothing after April 2, a period of warm, sunny and dry days. Media have been warning daily of high fire danger. Squirrels and other small animals have been active. Forsythia is in full bloom, and lawn grass has started to grow. Lettuce and green onions have been planted on the site, and many plants are budding, with a few (including dandelions) in bloom. Vehicular traffic has increased noticeably and vaccinations continue to take place at a growing rate. Business at restaurants, now open to full capacity with distancing, is lively.  
4/12/2021  FL-ES-26 FLEscambia Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
4.99 rainfall in the last week. This month to date 5.18. Subtracting the 3.44 rainfall from the two periods of thunderstorm downpours, on the mornings of the 9th (2.42) and 10th (1.02) and assuming most of the downpours as runoff...effectively downgrades the soaking rainfall to 2.74; Which is good but only improves things slightly....Hummingbird migration starting....This will be the first month since November 2020 that exceeds the monthly norm for rainfall.  
4/12/2021  GA-FL-23 GAFloyd Moderately Wet General Awareness
limited activities  
4/12/2021  IL-LS-34 ILLa Salle Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
This report is for 4/4 - 4/11, the period I would have covered if I'd remembered to report yesterday, Sunday. 1.13" of rain for the week. The lilacs came into leaf. Clematis has a good start on it. Pruned-back arctic fire hedge has a few new shoots. Saw the first blooming dandelion of the season, happily not in my yard, but give it another day or two. I didn't have to mow the lawn this past week as expected, but will this week for sure. When The man who farms for me 35 mi. SSW of here walked the fields at the start of the week, eager to plant, the ground was still too wet.  
4/12/2021  IL-WF-14 ILWoodford Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Pasture growing nicely. Planting trees in nearby woodland, soil was much more wet than I expected, but this was near the Mackinaw River and much lower ground than the farm. Creeks not exceptional.  
4/12/2021  IN-DV-1 INDaviess Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
No special effects. Freeze on April 1 burned a few plants but they are growing out of the damage. Lots of acres planted in the last week.  
4/12/2021  ME-SM-3 MESomerset Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Snowpack gone - dry week (0.6" rain). Ospreys back, maples, poplars and coltsfoot in blossom.  
4/12/2021  MA-NF-1 MANorfolk Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Despite dry weather over the past week, conditions remain about the same. More trees and plants are blooming and lawns are greening up. Top layer of soil is somewhat dry but is moist farther down. Levels on area ponds and lakes remain high. There are no watering restrictions in place.  
4/12/2021  MI-BN-5 MIBerrien Near Normal Agriculture
cool day no drying  
4/12/2021  NH-BK-1 NHBelknap Mildly Dry General Awareness
Fire
Water Supply & Quality
Conditions becoming abnormally dry with brooks & streams low for this time of year. Snowmelt was below normal for this spring. Fire danger is also increasing to moderate to high @ times.  
4/12/2021  NJ-BT-83 NJBurlington Mildly Wet General Awareness
Ground is wet from several days of off and on rain  
4/12/2021  NY-WN-18 NYWayne Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
The 0.72" that we had yesterday has made things more like what is used to seeing. Center of yard is moist but not wet and trees are budding and grass is a healthy green. Sump pump is activating more frequently now. Birds are enjoying the increase in available water.  
4/12/2021  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Mildly Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Cloudy and warm with rain, heavy at times. The high temperature was around sixty five degrees and the low around fifty one degrees Fahrenheit. Trilliums and Serviceberries beginning to bloom, Black Cherry and Honeysuckle beginning to leaf out. Songbirds eating voraciously. A few minor wet areas in farmland.  
4/12/2021  NC-DH-77 NCDurham Mildly Wet General Awareness
Ground remains soft in my garden. Nearby branch of the Little Brier Creek is flowing swiftly and clear.  
4/12/2021  OH-CB-8 OHColumbiana Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
This report covers the week of 4-10 April 2021. Temperatures this week ranged from the lower 40’s at night to the upper 70’s during the day. This week, 0.30 of an inch of precipitation fell adding to the 0.90 of an inch last week. Trees are budding and flowering. Lawns are growing so fast it seems like almost overnight. Many people have already started their mowing season. Some early Spring flowers are sprouting up and in full bloom. Overall conditions are “Near Normal”.  
4/12/2021  OH-LS-23 OHLucas Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Sub soils still dry, ponds are low creeks have water with little flow.  
4/12/2021  OK-CH-10 OKCherokee Near Normal General Awareness
.91 in rainfall has held off the need for manually watering. Hopefully the rain pattern will continue. The drying out in between rains seems to be helping to keep mildew and molds at bay. This was a problem experienced last spring. Too much prolonged moisture.  
4/12/2021  PA-BT-15 PAButler Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
This past weeks precipitation was 0.65", most of which fell on the last day. It had been dry up until then. Soil temperature has been climbing through the week due to the way above normal air temps this past week. It rose from 41F to 61F by week's end. We had highs in the mid 80s several days. Grass is growing vigorously, trees are flowering and budding out leaves.. Farmers were tilling and planting this past week. We had to use A/C for the first time this year.  
4/12/2021  VT-WH-26 VTWindham Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Water Supply & Quality
Below normal precip. has led to early drying of fields , roads and forest underbrush. Ponds and streams still near normal but running low for season.Fields just beginning to dry but some fields being plowed raising dust. Fire restrictions imposed. Spring birds returning early. Flowers and trees also blooming and budding early. Vernal pools receding. Ticks in abundance.  
4/12/2021  VA-WYC-5 VAWaynesboro (city) Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
We went away for a brief break this weekend. We came home to find that it had rained, and has been above average, temperature-wise (72 degrees yesterday afternoon!). The grass needs mowing again, but other plant growth is apparent. Violets and grape hyacinth have popped their flowers up above the grass line. Later-blooming tulips have buds, and the hosta have decided to stick their heads up as well. Time for deer deterrents. Speaking of wildlife, we have noticed that the starlings are no longer raiding our feeders. We surmise that the spate of very cold/icy weather in March made scavenging difficult for them. We actually have seen no more than one or two this month. The jays, chickadees, cardinals, house finches, sparrows and other (previously mentioned) species have dominance at the two feeders we have left up (seed only). They are much more polite, and we will be able to finish up the remaining seeds in the storage container. The sprouted potatoes I planted have not indicated they are growing, so I will get some seed potatoes today to replace them. I will top them with a (broken up) square bale of straw to give more insulation. April becomes a busy time for gardeners, and I am getting ready for our Master Gardener annual plant sale. We weren't able to conduct the sale last year, due to COVID-19. This year we are doing online ordering, and there will be four (4) sale dates instead of one. There will also be two pick up locations (instead of one), so it will be 'all hands on deck" to accomplish this activity. I usually have some perennials to thin out (garden phlox, hosta, and redbud trees), so it's easy to contribute to the cause.  
4/12/2021  WI-CB-4 WIColumbia Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
My neighborhood moved from dry to normal. I had 1.60" in the rain gauge this week through Sunday the 11th. We are at at 2.87" from March 24th. There was some ponding in low spots. This was a soaking rain and surface moisture is good. It has been sunny and warm and it has been greening up fast. The threat of wildfires has diminished. Hay and winter wheat are green and growing as well as lawns. The lawn mowing will be starting this week. Spring is about 2 to 3 weeks ahead of normal. Trees and bushes are leafing out and spring flowers are blooming. Creeks are running fast and ditches have water in them. The Baraboo and Wisconsin rivers are rising but I don't think it will be a problem.  
4/12/2021  WI-IR-3 WIIron Moderately Wet General Awareness
Soil saturated. No new leaves yet. Just plain wet.  
4/12/2021  WI-VR-1 WIVernon Mildly Wet General Awareness
Mildly Wet  
4/12/2021  CAN-NS-86 CANNova Scotia Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Weather condition are have been normal, the ground is finally starting to dry up with recent low rainfall and starting to firm up however it seem still a little wet/soft for agriculture community to get on their fields.  
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