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3/24/2019  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
59*F Mostly clear skies. A high temp of 82.  
3/24/2019  FL-PT-9 FLPutnam Near Normal General Awareness
3-17 through 3-23. Rain for the week was 0.03. Lake level dropped two inches this week. Soil is dry, but plants are fine. High temp was 81 and low was 43.  
3/24/2019  IA-TY-2 IATaylor Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Has dried out some this week. Roads are a lot better. Feedlots are some what better. Tile lines are running strong. Hillside seeps are larger and wetter than normal.  
3/24/2019  ME-LN-1 MELincoln Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
.98 inches of precipitation duriing the week, nearly all rain. Snow cover mostly gone in fields, but still a few inches in woods. Stream high due to rain, runoff from frozen ground, and melted snow. Ground is wet, and soft at surface. Overall near normal for this time of year.  
3/24/2019  ME-SG-16 MESagadahoc Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Warm(er) weather and bright sunlight have reduced the snow-cover to patches in open areas but much remains in the woods. The ground remains frozen at depth and mud dominates the surface. Dirt roads are a mess but still driveable. Crocuses are starting to show. Except on the shore and on the mudflats, the bay is free of ice. The full-moon high tides swept ices floes out quickly. Damage to trees from ice are the base is evident.  
3/24/2019  MD-HR-23 MDHarford Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The past week had below normal to above normal temps. Heavy Rain fell Friday into Saturday morning. Precip was all Rain for a weekly total of 4.02"... Surface soils are soggy and muddy down to about 0.5" Soil Temps and Soil Moisture rose at all depths. **High Centibar Readings mean drier soil...ie; 0 = Saturated Soil..120 or above = Severe Drought **Current Soil Readings @ 7am: Surface Soil Temp: 29.4F...Grass Temp: 29.7F... 6 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 40F...Soil Moisture: 03 Centibars.. 24 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 41F...Soil Moisture: 04 Centibars.. 36 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 40F...Soil Moisture: 13 Centibars.. Farm operations have begun with many fields mucked with manure. Birds were less active at the feeders. Bog Turtles are still in hibernation. The pair of Bald Eagles were seen one time. Creek Status: Water is Clear.. Water Level & Flow are normal.  
3/24/2019  MD-MG-103 MDMontgomery Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
From the last rains, 2.76" on 3/22 and 0.12" on 2/23, the ground is drenched in water. There is a lot of standing and running water on the fields and roads. The ferry closed yesterday and will be closed at least today.  
3/24/2019  MD-MG-120 MDMontgomery Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
From the last rains, 2.76" on 3/22 and 0.14" on 2/23, the ground is drenched in water. There is a lot of standing and running water on the fields and roads. The ferry closed yesterday and will be closed at least today.  
3/24/2019  MA-WR-41 MAWorcester Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Water Supply & Quality
ground saturated, standing water in some areas this past week. Almost an inch of rain this past week, streams and ponds very high  
3/24/2019  MI-AN-25 MIAllegan Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
We had early spring-type weather this past week with a little over 0.50" of rain mixed with about 0.1" of snow. Daily high temperatures were in the 30's and 40's (F) and daily lows were in the 20's with frost most mornings. There are still some piles of snow in parking lots and some driveways. Saw the first Robins of spring this week.  
3/24/2019  MN-OL-18 MNOlmsted Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Water Supply & Quality
Spring warm-up with thawing/melting of snowpack from 11" to 2" during quiet & calm weather this week. Snowpack meltwater decreased from 3.3" to 1.65" Today's report: 41°, 41° windchill, drizzle, overcast & calm with an air quality index of 59 at 6 a.m. observation time. More info: https://tinyurl.com/y3kbchf3 & https://tinyurl.com/yyzc4apb  
3/24/2019  NJ-MC-49 NJMercer Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
The ground is extremely muddy and difficult to walk on. My septic system has been consistently sluggish with each rainfall. There is standing water in places it normally does not stick around.  
3/24/2019  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Mildly Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Sunny and cold with a light breeze. The high temperature was around thirty five degrees and the low around thirty degrees Fahrenheit. Thawing conditions make field travel difficult with muddy areas.  
3/24/2019  NC-CN-31 NCCraven Mildly Wet General Awareness
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Rains late in the week, followed by night time freezing temperatures have prevented us from working soil (gardens). Earlier in the week, SOME farmers were able to start tilling soil; but that changed later in the week. ENERGY: use of heating systems still required FIRE: level is likely high, as vegetation is still a bit dry/brown until perhaps 2 weeks with warmer temps when it will green up PLANTS: blooming: popcorn spirea; snowball vibernum; forsythia; dandelions; henbit; dead nettle; tulips; daffodils; grasses; pine (pollen starting) oak, birch, junipers WILDLIFE: nothing out of the ordinary at this time SOCIETY & PUBLIC HEALTH: flu is still being diagnosed TOURISM & RECREATION: normal WATER SUPPLY & QUALITY: rising rivers (but not threatening) and also wind swept out of creeks due to high winds - makes boating and fishing a bit tricky Relief: there are still organized events to provide furnishings and supplies to those who were affected by Hurricane Florence here locally last September  
3/24/2019  NC-DH-6 NCDurham Mildly Wet General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
.95" this week, keeping the soil wet at all levels and local streams high. The last 2 tenths of that rain came down in about 10 minutes on Thursday afternoon. Afterwards, just from that small amount, water was standing and draining from places that normal need and inch or more to be so much.  
3/24/2019  OH-PB-1 OHPreble Near Normal General Awareness
Ground is much dryer and steams are at normal levels  
3/24/2019  PA-BT-15 PAButler Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
This past week was very dry for once, total precipitation was only 0.09" and there was a trace of snow. Topsoil has dried out to about normal. There was a skin of frost during cold nights in the soil. Soil temperature averaged 38F. Air temperature averaged about normal. There is no sign of greening up in the lawn yet. Daffodils and bulb plants have sprouted but no flowered yet. Home heating load was normal.for the week.  
3/24/2019  PA-EL-1 PAElk Moderately Wet General Awareness
no affect  
3/24/2019  SC-AN-21 SCAnderson Near Normal General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
Only a trace of rain this week so everyone got a lot accomplished outside! The ground behind our house was even a little dry when I tried to week a flower bed. Lake Hartwell is still almost a foot above full pool, though, so I feel like we're in good shape water-wise.  
3/24/2019  SC-BF-10 SCBeaufort Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Another week without rain. We have had no measurable rain since March 12 and that was only 0.02". Conditions have been dry and windy again and a fire hazard has been posted. With only one week in March left, we are miserably short of rainfall again this month. We have only slightly more than one third of the month's rainfall. Lawns and crops need irrigation. Lagoons are down and wildlife is looking for water.  
3/24/2019  SC-DC-55 SCDorchester Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
No significant rain for 3 weeks. Need to water vegetation in yard. Water level in retention pond is down by one foot.  
3/24/2019  VA-PN-2 VAPrince Edward Near Normal General Awareness
Nearly 2 inches of rain over 2 days did not cause extreme changes, minor normal effects.  
3/24/2019  VA-RH-11 VARockingham Severely Wet General Awareness
Fire
Total precipitation this week was 1.9 inches. The ground remains near saturation. Local streams are running high and fast but no flooding noted. Fire danger was rated as moderate primarily due to very high winds in the past 48 hours but the amount of precipitation mitigated the fire danger significantly. Current soil conditions: Sensors at 12 inches - Temperature 42 degrees Moisture 4 centibars. Sensors at 18 inches - Temperature 43 degrees Moisture 3 centibars  
3/24/2019  WV-CB-17 WVCabell Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
0.05 inches of rain in the past week. The ground has dried out somewhat but it still fairly damp. There are hints of an early spring with the forsythia already blooming and buds appearing on the sugar maples.  
3/24/2019  WI-CB-4 WIColumbia Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
The snow is gone and the frost is still coming out of the ground in places. There is very good surface moisture, All low areas are full of water from the 6 inches above normal rain and snow since November. There are huge lakes in some farm fields where there is no outlet, Ditches and sloughs are full and the lake levels are above normal, as well as marshes. The lower Baraboo River is slowly falling but the low lands and bottom farm lands still has a lot of flooding. The Wisconsin River is on the rise, and will continue from the snow melt in Northern Wisconsin. Farm fields are muddy. The threat of spring wildfires is upon us from a stretch of dry weather. and leaves and dead vegetation has dried out.  
3/24/2019  WI-KN-6 WIKenosha Near Normal Plants & Wildlife
The soil moisture is normal. The moisture level has dried up since last report. So now it is about what it should for this time of the year.