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10/20/2017  CO-ME-79 COMesa Moderately Dry General Awareness
need a wet winter, fill those reservoirs!  
10/20/2017  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Moderately Dry General Awareness
Warm and breezy.  
10/20/2017  IN-PK-4 INPike Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Main pond had dropped another foot in last 10 days. Creek is now barely running. Many more species of trees have lost leaves early or gone brown. Local farmers creating huge dust clouds filling valleys with smoke resembling fires when combining. No prescribed burning with conditions this dry.  
10/20/2017  MA-MD-81 MAMiddlesex Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Stunted foliage  
10/20/2017  MO-PT-8 MOPlatte Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
The harvest is progressing nicely since the rain events subsided. The heavy dews slowed the morning starts but crops are coming out quickly now. The heavy dews have kept fire risk very low and let us burn some wood piles. Ponds and rivers are full. Springs are running well, maybe even a little more than average volume. Color change looks to be less. Trees turning green to brown, Hard maples that normally are brilliant red are dull red at best. Bullfrogs are still hanging in there, enjoying the extended warmer weather. Haven't had to have heat or air conditioning for most of month, even with the few cool nights in the low 40's. Grass has had excellent fall growth. Cattle are enjoying the new grass and continue to gain well with the great weather we are having. Johnsongrass continues to grow. Johnsongrass sure made a big comeback this year. No excuses for outdoor work. construction and dirt work on time and should be ahead of schedule for many projects. Tomatoes are still setting fruit even with the shorter daylengths. My popcorn is ready to pick. Hand shelled some and enjoyed a big bowl full watching the Dodgers put the cubbies back in place! Happy 500th Reformation everybody.  
10/20/2017  NH-RC-17 NHRockingham Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
We have had fire weather warnings the last couple of days, no rain since Nate, water levels in local swamps and beaver ponds are going down, the reservoir in Madbury which we drive by often is down, although nothing like last year, and there are lots of dry leaves on the ground.  
10/20/2017  NM-TS-33 NMTaos Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
There has been no significant rain for ~ 2 weeks. The surface is hard and dry. There is moisture about 5" down. Grass in most places has stopped growing. Awaiting the snows of winter.  
10/20/2017  NC-WK-203 NCWake Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Rainfall in the last week was 0.31 inches. On the 12th we had 2.96 inches. In spite of that, dry conditions prevail. Digging today yielded no moisture in at least the top 12 inches. Plant stress is increasing, though not as much as two weeks ago. Stream flow is low, lakes in the area continue to fall slowly...running three to five feet below average pool.  
10/20/2017  OR-BN-111 ORBenton Severely Wet General Awareness
Heavy rain is normal for us.  
10/20/2017  WI-RC-8 WIRacine Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Still very dry. Farmers are getting the crops in, so it's nice for them. Corn is getting a good dry-out which brings up the price they get.  
10/20/2017  CAN-NB-1 CANNew Brunswick Moderately Dry General Awareness
Irrometer 39 cb. Precip zero and evap 0.08 in last 24 hrs. Soil temp 11.1 C.