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5/25/2022  CA-OR-67 CAOrange Near Normal General Awareness
Clear, Calm, Warm  View
5/25/2022  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
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.05 inches of rain and cool.  View
5/25/2022  MN-WC-5 MNWaseca Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
We've had a lot of welcome rain, but not enough to stop daily lives. Corn is emerging in many fields, and work is progressing in others. Recreational use of trails and lakes is increasing as days warm up even so slightly. There's no doubt about it, this is a normal, welcome spring.  View
5/25/2022  MN-WR-48 MNWright Near Normal General Awareness
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Water Supply & Quality
We are finally out of the mud season! Farmers everywhere around me would be celebrating if they were not so busy trying to catch up with their work. Water table is still high, but not overflowing like it was last week. Fields around me are workable, and the soil is even a little dry in spots. The trees have all leafed out, and one can hardly tell we had two extra weeks of winter this year. I guess you can call 2022 a year with no spring, because it is full on summer now (although a little cool still).  View
5/25/2022  MT-FH-12 MTFlathead Moderately Dry Seasonal stream & pond never formed this spring.  View
5/25/2022  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Partly cloudy to mostly sunny and warm, with a light breeze. The high temperature was around sixty six degrees and the low around forty nine degrees Fahrenheit. Songbirds are eating consistently. Field grasses are three feet tall in places. Dogwood are beginning to bloom as well as Phlox.  View
5/25/2022  NC-IR-19 NCIredell Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Up until we recieved 2.82 on Monday we were severly dry, Large patches of lawn died out for lack of rain. We are still in the moderate range  View
5/25/2022  NC-NH-62 NCNew Hanover Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Severe drought conditions continue. The last week has only brought 0.07 inches of rain. Ponds are mostly dry or dry completely. One that had a very small amount of water in it yesterday had a turtle trying to swim in it. The puddle was barely big enough for the larger turtle. Flowers, yards, farms etc. continue to need supplemental water daily. Concerns with hot weather on the doorstep indicate that the lack of rain may become a major concern very quickly if not already.  View
5/25/2022  RI-NW-18 RINewport Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Rain over the past week has eliminated the need to water the garden. Grass is growing fast and needs to be cut once a week. All the trees have leafed out.  View
5/25/2022  WI-VR-1 WIVernon Near Normal General Awareness
Near Normal  View
5/25/2022  CAN-MB-368 CANManitoba Severely Wet General Awareness
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We have had roughly 240 mm or closing in on 10 inches of prec since Apr 1. An unheard of spring, moisture wise. On top of the melting above avg snowpack, this has led to extremely high lake levels and a saturated landscape. West Hawk has reached record heights again (1095.0 ft) and most lakes in this area have similar stories. Much damage has been realized to waterfront assets. To resist damage many of us have weighed down our docks with rock and water barrels to resist damage. Many others either have an impoossible situation or it happened so early in the season that many haven't even been to the lake yet. To our north, the Wpg River has reached crazy heights, evacuating water from a huge drainage area in NW Ont, incl Lake of the Woods, leading to road closures, and damage to waterfront assets and threatening/damaging cottages/businesses. NW Ont has had similar wet conditions. The entire North Whiteshell is closed from hwy 309 intersection to the north park entrance at this time due to flooded highways/roads. Some lakes, like ours (WH) are trying hard to go down, others fairly flat or even still rising. Other then that, things are now greening up fast, biting insects will be on us very soon, as the odd one is showing up now. Spring birds have arrived as usual. The temps have been cooler then normal.  View
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