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11/19/2018  CA-SR-22 CASan Bernardino Severely Dry General Awareness
DESERT PLANTS UNABLE TO GROW. HIGHLY STRESSED. NO RAIN IN SIGHT. HAND WATERING NECESSARY. ANIMALS/BIRDS SUFFERING TOO. LEAVE WATER OUT FOR THEM. CONTINUING SITUATION. ONLY RAIN WAS 1.5" IS 20 MINUTES LAST MONTH.  
11/19/2018  CO-HF-24 COHuerfano Moderately Dry conditions have improved due to additional snow amts; pond next door is till half filled.  
11/19/2018  CT-FR-9 CTFairfield Mildly Wet General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
Our first snowfall of the season came with 1" of precip, and 1" of rain earlier this week has the ground wet and muddy, and the rivers flowing strong. 6.31" of precip so far this month of November keeps the drought away.  
11/19/2018  CT-NL-19 CTNew London Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
2.57" of precip (including 6" snow on 11/16) in the past 7 days. Ground is wet, rivers are full, sumps are draining,low areas near the Mystic River have been flooding at high tide. Grass is still growing, though the trees are bare and shrubs are shedding. Mowed my grass yesterday for the final time. I picked my last raspberry yesterday from the shriveled plants. This fall had gorgeous colors because the early trees turned late and were still on the trees when the later oaks etc. turned. Gorgeous display of all at once till the winds and rain came. The tourists continue to come - rain, shine, wind - not so many on the snowy Sat.  
11/19/2018  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
66*F cloudy skies, a high temp of 80.  
11/19/2018  GA-CY-2 GAClay Near Normal General Awareness
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11/19/2018  IL-ME-9 ILMenard Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Menard Co., IL, November 18, 2018: Very soggy and saturated ground conditions from the melted snow.  
11/19/2018  IA-BT-11 IABenton Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Received 2 inches of wet snow over the weekend which once again put a halt to farmers completing corn harvest. The cold temperatures this past week has the upper top soil frozen preventing fall tillage work and anhydrous application. However, having the topsoil frozen did help with harvest and the large equipment getting through the wet areas of fields to some extent but not all with ground being clear prior to the snowfall. It's the time of year when deer are on the move with many being struck by vehicles.  
11/19/2018  ME-WS-34 MEWashington Near Normal General Awareness
Cloudy and mild temp 27 degrees with calm winds  
11/19/2018  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Small dusting of snow overnight.  
11/19/2018  NM-GR-28 NMGrant Mildly Dry General Awareness
A low of 15 the other night has killed the roses and we are running the drip twice a week.  
11/19/2018  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Cloudy and cold with flurries, becoming partly cloudy with light fog overnight. Snow on the ground very moist, making travel for smaller livestock somewhat difficult.  
11/19/2018  NC-DH-48 NCDurham Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
In the past week, we received 3.93 inches of precipitation. Yesterday, there was standing water still in the backyard which tends to be flat. The low wet spot is muddy and I was able to leave a discernible footprint without any exertion. The Shagbark Hickory leaves have mostly fallen. A few remain on the lower branches. There is a remaining cluster of them near the top 10 feet of the tree. The Pyracantha berries have yellowed a bit and there is more brown on the bottoms of the berries. The Rose Bush has 8 flowers that are in bloom and about 2 dozen that have seen better days. The Gardenia leaves appear darker and there are no flowers on the Glossy Abelias. The Holly Bush berries are bright red with the largest being 8 mm in diameter. The Juncos are here and the birds have been feeding a lot.  
11/19/2018  NC-GL-16 NCGuilford Severely Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
While we have not had any rain the past few days, there has been so much rain this fall that the ground is still quite wet.  
11/19/2018  PA-BT-16 PAButler Severely Wet Agriculture
Tourism & Recreation
Still sever saturation of soil. Any movement off hard surface will leave ruts. No sunshine to dry anything out. Trees uprooted Friday and Friday night with the weight of freezing rain, sleet, snow mix. Very much damage to tree limbs and tree canopies..  
11/19/2018  TX-CMR-85 TXCameron Near Normal watering as needed  
11/19/2018  TX-DN-53 TXDenton Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Leaving my rating at Moderately Wet in spite of not having received any significant rainfall at my location in the past week. However, most area lakes are well above conservation pool (by as much as 10 feet). There is still some standing water in low-laying pastures and in some borrow ditches near the lakes. Local neighborhood ponds and stock "tanks" are full and the smaller streams are starting to dry up again. Vegetation looks very good (except for the hard freeze we received last week, 22F was a common low at local weather stations, which knocked down a lot of the more tender vegetation). My landscape is doing well and the ground is still moist. I haven't had to irrigate for several weeks.  
11/19/2018  TX-LV-21 TXLavaca Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
We've had quite a bit of rain the last couple of months. A nice change from our very hot and droughty summer. I live in a rural area with many cattle operations. Drought affects pastureland and availability of water for cattle. On a personal level, I run a small plant nursery. Drought affect my well water supply for keeping my stock watered. We have just the one well for household use and my little nursery. Drought also causes people to reduce their purchasing of new plants for their yards and landscape.  
11/19/2018  TX-VV-34 TXVal Verde Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
BKN-OVC skies with stratus and light northerly winds. Temperatures in the 50's. Since the freeze last week, grass is dormant both front and back of the house. All of the flower bushes and basil plants also died.  
11/19/2018  WA-SN-58 WASnohomish Moderately Dry General Awareness
Normally, at this time of the year, there would be no need to water plants. Also, dry days with light winds under high pressure allow pollutants (like wood smoke) to accumulate, which isn't good for those of us with allergies and asthma.  
11/19/2018  WI-KN-11 WIKenosha Near Normal General Awareness
lots of leaves down but covered by prior snow but most has melted/evaporated  
11/19/2018  CAN-NS-53 CANNova Scotia Mildly Wet General Awareness
Fire
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Another round of wet weather and now we are actually more toward the wet side than dry for the first time since May! Lots of birds around as migration continues, but northern birds seen regularly now - snow buntings on the beach yesterday! Good water levels for recreation, and our first snowfall, now melted away.