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11/19/2017  AL-LD-35 ALLauderdale Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
We are about 2" behind on rainfall for this date in November according to PRISM normal. Creeks/branches have areas of water but are not flowing. Despite that...pasture grasses don't look that bad visibly. Cattle doing well, however we ARE adding vitamin/mineral supplements along with grazing.  
11/19/2017  AZ-GL-4 AZGila Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
We had .01" in the tube for Friday 11/17/17. I think more on the car hood than in the tube. Didn't do much to the ground. We had a prescribed burn just 1/2 mile south of us, continuing for about 2-3 miles. Lasted 4 days. Not much smoke, but could smell it. Still lots of birds at the feeder. Temps have dropped a bit, but no overnite freeze yet.That was 43 days without measureable rain.  
11/19/2017  AZ-NV-7 AZNavajo Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Only received 0.02" on Friday around 1300 which had dried up by 1400. Warm days with breezy to windy conditions all week. Roads and trails very dusty. Prescribed burning going well. Occasional wildfire. Often receive light smoke from various fires - it is the White Mountains living up to its name sake.  
11/19/2017  AZ-PM-137 AZPima Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Soil dry to very dry down to 10"; desert grasses dried up; desert shrubs & trees showing signs of stress; wildlife entering residential areas for water & food.  
11/19/2017  CO-WE-424 COWeld Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Little moisture, so will probably water trees and shrubs net week.  
11/19/2017  CT-NL-21 CTNew London Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
As of Wednesday this this week the whole state of CT is at the normal water level or above by about 1.0". Most of our leaves are down with the wildlife the deer have filled out nicely for winter with abundant amount of grass and other normal food.  
11/19/2017  DE-NC-60 DENew Castle Near Normal General Awareness
Grass is still green. Most trees have lost their leaves. It's very windy today.  
11/19/2017  FL-BY-16 FLBay Moderately Dry General Awareness
Another week goes by without a drop of rain. A narrow band from a cold front passed through early this morning. But this location was missed by even that smattering. It's been 3-weeks since the last measurable rainfall, and that was only 0.01" on October 28th. The last significant rainfall was October 23rd. Our running average rainfall percentage of normal are as follows: 25-days = 0% 50-days = 24% 100-days = 55% 200-days = 119% The 200-day average will drop to 107% in two days unless we get some rain by then, and that is not in the forecast. The 3.99" received on May 4th will then roll out of range.  
11/19/2017  FL-ES-26 FLEscambia Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Rainfall this month .10. The last significant rainfall for this location was 2.75 on Oct 28th. The lawn, shrubs, and bushes are evidencing stress...A more seasonable fall temperature wise this year. Last year the driest months were Oct with Trace, and Nov with only .84.....Climo shows our autumns to be the driest time of the year, but not this dry. Average tends to be near 4 inches per month.....More as it happens, or not.....  
11/19/2017  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Moderately Dry General Awareness
Passing showers expected, temps to drop.  
11/19/2017  FL-VL-5 FLVolusia Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Nov has been very dry here; only 0.07" rain thru 0700 11/19. Lawns, shrubs, and gardens showing signs of stress.  
11/19/2017  GA-MD-5 GAMcDuffie Mildly Dry Plants seem fine, but soil has been dry. Pond is ok.  
11/19/2017  IL-CR-13 ILCarroll Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
We have had a precipitation report on 9 days of this month so far, enough to keep things wet and soggy. Unable to get out to work in the yard, plant bulbs, and put away things for winter. Seems like we went from summer right to winter without any fall. In October I had precip. on 15 of the 31 days. The temp has been below normal most of the time.  
11/19/2017  IL-CK-154 ILCook Mildly Wet General Awareness
Ground is slightly muddy.  
11/19/2017  IL-GY-1 ILGrundy Moderately Wet General Awareness
Recent rains have resulted in ditches full and some standing water in yards. Sump running frequently.  
11/19/2017  IL-ME-9 ILMenard Near Normal General Awareness
Menard Co., IL, November 19, 2017: Over an inch of rain this week.  
11/19/2017  IL-WL-63 ILWill Moderately Wet General Awareness
1.5" rain and snow in last several days has knocked 99% of leaves off deciduous trees and left the grass green but very soggy. While raking leaves yesterday, I was surprised to feel my feet plop into puddles where there are rarely any.  
11/19/2017  IN-OW-9 INOwen Near Normal General Awareness
Normal conditions, no adverse affects  
11/19/2017  IA-TY-2 IATaylor Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Harvest is winding down, cattle are grazing cornstalks, still some good grass, everything looks good.  
11/19/2017  KS-SG-27 KSSedgwick Near Normal General Awareness
Yards are still dry but recent days of drizzle and overcast skies have helped.  
11/19/2017  KY-AL-14 KYAllen Near Normal rained over the night. November accumulations to date approx. half of 30 year average 99% of all leaves off their trees  
11/19/2017  ME-CM-110 MECumberland Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
frequent rain/snow fall this past week  
11/19/2017  ME-LN-4 MELincoln Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
less worry about well  
11/19/2017  ME-SG-16 MESagadahoc Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
While cleaning up downed trees from10/31 storm tractor tire ruts are beginning to show. Up to now, there was little evidence of passage. Leaves on most trees have fallen. A few oaks and most beech still hold a few.  
11/19/2017  MD-HR-23 MDHarford Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Decent Rain this week. Temps for the week were above and below normal...Soil Temps remained steady. Soil Moisture remained steady at all monitored depths. Surface soils are still a bit dry with 3 windy days this week. Mowing and leaf vacuuming cause moderate amounts of dust to become airborne. **High Centibar Readings mean drier soil... **Current Soil Readings @ 7am: 6 in. Depth: Soil Temp 44F...Soil Moisture: 5 Centibars.. 24 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 46F..Soil Moisture: 10 Centibars.. 36 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 51F..Soil Moisture 22 Centibars.. All local farms have harvested...the farm behind behind me has not harvested soybean fields yet. The Bog Turtles were not see and have likely dug into the mud with colder temps.... The creek is at normal level and flow... Trees are 75% bare. Ragweed and mold counts were low this past week.  
11/19/2017  MA-BA-51 MABarnstable Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
grass has stopped growing, but ground is still about normal for this time of year.  
11/19/2017  MA-WR-41 MAWorcester Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Water Supply & Quality
water levels about average, ground not as dry as several weeks ago  
11/19/2017  MI-AN-25 MIAllegan Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
About 2 inches of rain fell this week. Conditions seem mildly wet and cooler than average. Oak and beech trees are hanging on to their leaves. Most other leaves have fallen. There were standing puddles of water in the yard from all the rain.  
11/19/2017  MI-HL-4 MIHillsdale Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Received well over 1.5" of rain this week. Seeing some standing water now in lower parts of our property, which is more like normal conditions. Farmers are getting most of their harvest out of the fields now.  
11/19/2017  MN-AT-5 MNAitkin Near Normal General Awareness
November has been very dry but after several months of wet conditions it's hard to call it dry quite yet. Ditches that have been full much of the summer are beginning to dry out with ice collapsing into the voids underneath. The main concern is the lack of snow cover's effect on septic systems and other water pipes underground. Any precipitation we get now will sit on the surface and run off or freeze. If next week's forecast holds, I will likely move into the dry category.  
11/19/2017  MS-LY-4 MSLafayette Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Ground is saturated.  
11/19/2017  MO-BR-3 MOBarton Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
11-12 through 11-18 Low temperature 30 & high was 71º. Rain for the week was 0.31". We could use a good rain. Leaves are falling fast due to high wind.  
11/19/2017  NJ-MD-62 NJMiddlesex Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
The growing season is over and vegetation, for the most part, appears consistent with the season except for the absence of vibrant fall colors. Wildlife is doing well.  
11/19/2017  NY-CY-26 NYCayuga Mildly Wet .46 this week. Field work continues apace, w/ mud on roads from vehicles.  
11/19/2017  NC-CS-1 NCCaswell Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Even with a nice rain this week we are still dry and need more. But fortunately this is not a major growing time. Temperatures are on a roller coaster - warm then nippy. Thanks to the rain the lake level has slightly climbed to 410.29' but still not much boat or fishing activity. Birdfeeder activity increases with each cold snap. Otherwise all is quiet. Hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving.  
11/19/2017  NC-CN-31 NCCraven Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Although we have received less than an inch of rain over the past week, water remains standing in low spots in ditches. However, it has been necessary to water some plants such as newly planted shrubs and winter-vegetables such as lettuce. The frost just 24 hours ago was the first for this year, though we did have a freezing temperature period a week ago. This frost has halted the growing of most plants such as basil and pepper plants. AGRICULTURE: Soy and Cotton continue to be harvested. ENERGY: usage levels remain low. Temperatures varying as much as 45 degrees from overnight to daytime has caused the use of both a/c and heating within 24 hour periods, but not much usage since interiors are slow to heat or cool. FIRE: The levels likely remain moderate as the seasonal drying of vegetation continues, and winds have been and continue to be brisk. PLANTS: As stated above, the normal 'growing season' has ended this week. Honey Bees are still actively seeking forage resources, and we see them on Eleagnus, Winter-Blooming Camellia, and even marigolds. Dandelions have not yet reappeared, society garlic is just starting. Hollies all have red berries now. The Bradford Pear trees in this IMMEDIATE VICINITY have not yet had their leaves turn to red; while other trees have lost all or most of their leaves. WILDIFE: We live rural and have access to hunting land, where we have seen evidence of black bear foraging. Rabbits, squirrels, cardinals, wrens, and chickadees are active during the warmth of the mid-day TOURISM & RECREATION: no weather event has impacted any outdoor activities that we are aware of WATER SUPPLY & QUALITY: a recent switch to a different aquifer has caused a very slight difference in the taste of our drinking water (we are told it has more minerals in it now)  
11/19/2017  NC-DR-63 NCDare Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
We've had a mixed bag of weather this past week on Hatteras Island, from Sunny Warm and Light Wind to Cloudy Rain Cool and Breezy conditions. Nothing severe, but a kite surfer let his kite (small parachute ) get away from him which flew into the power lines and killed our electricity for a few minutes. No one was hurt. The sunny warm days were very nice. It's been a little dry so the rain was welcomed. The coolness and winds are typical for this time of year. Fishing has been real good and predictions are even better. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. Have a Great week, travel safe. :)  
11/19/2017  NC-DH-6 NCDurham Mildly Dry General Awareness
The .65" this week keep us from going over to moderately dry....where we would be for plant growth if we were in a more active growing season. We really need 4-5 inches of soaking rain to get back to "normal"  
11/19/2017  NC-HN-41 NCHenderson Mildly Wet ...last night's light rain dampened things and brought down the last of the leaves. The temperature tonight is forecast to drop below freezing.  
11/19/2017  NC-MS-5 NCMadison Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Today looks wintery: trees are mostly bare, a mix of rain and snow are falling. Views have opened up. Mild weather in the 60's last week brought a few butterflies along the French Broad River in low elevation Hot Springs. Our fall/winter garden continues to thrive. Our drinking spring remains excellent. We reduce our microhydro to just the large jet. We had a total of .60" of rain.  
11/19/2017  NC-WK-130 NCWake Moderately Dry Still in a very dry condition. the lakes are reported to be down 3.5 ft. Leaves are still dropping.  
11/19/2017  NC-WK-185 NCWake Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Water quality: qualitative screening of 16 ounces of faucet water from the innermost residential room at 6 AM using pool test strips: pH=very low; hardness= very low; chlorine=high; free chlorine= very low. Temperature of the tap water was 60 degrees F, which was cooler than the ambient air. Wildlife observed yesterday near Carpenter Lake included >20 Canada geese on land near the grassy shore and a flock of > 20 large gulls slowly flying in loosely linear formation at high altitude toward the setting sun.  
11/19/2017  ND-TR-3 NDTraill Near Normal General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
Soil is frozen. The ground is bare of any snow except in some areas of tall grass. Streams and rivers have thin ice covering, with some open water.  
11/19/2017  OH-AL-8 OHAllen Moderately Wet General Awareness
THE RECENT 2.71" OF RAIN WE RECEIVED THIS WEEKEND HAS LEFT EVERYTHING WET. THE LAWN HAS A SPOT THAT NORMALLY GETS FILLED WITH WATER WHEN IT RAINS VERY HARD AND IT IS FULL RIGHT NOW. ALL OF THE LOCAL RIVERS IN THE AREA WERE UNDER A FLOOD WARNING. COUNTRY ROADS AND FIELDS WERE STARTING TO GET COVERED IN WATER LATER IN THE AFTERNOON. RIVERS AND STREAMS WERE SWELLING QUICKLY AND ALMOST THREATENING LOCAL LOW LYING HOMES. SAW THE INDIAN LAKE WATER SPILL WAY WAS RUNNING STRONG ENOUGH TO MAKE ALL OF THE SPILLWAY DUMP WATER OFF. ALL OF THE WATER LAYING IN MY YARD AS OF YESTERDAY IS GONE THIS MORNING. THE SUMP PUMP IN THE BASEMENT HAS BEEN KICKING ON AND OFF ALL MORNING KEEPING THE WATER OUT OF THE BASEMENT.  
11/19/2017  OH-LC-10 OHLicking Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Local harvests affected by rain some delayed due to wet fields. Grass greening due to rain and cool weather. Rains and windy conditions of the last two days have mostly denuded trees of remaining leaves.  
11/19/2017  OH-PB-1 OHPreble Severely Wet General Awareness
A wet week with 1.56" wettest month this year with a total 5.73" This is the 5th month this year with over 5" of rain.  
11/19/2017  OH-UN-4 OHUnion Moderately Wet Agriculture
Wet, received 3.75 inches rain in last 28 hours. Farmers were rushing Friday night to complete harvest - but some still have crops to go yet. It will be friday probably before anyone can run again.  
11/19/2017  OK-JH-1 OKJohnston Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
still very dry, looking like we are not going to get av. rain this year, we are at 29 inch, should have 39 inch end of year, still no burn ban, we have had strong winds out of south 25 mph are higher, then dry front blows through out of the north, my pond are all most dried up, OK-JH-1  
11/19/2017  OR-CC-76 ORClackamas Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The creek is up a bit, noisy and a bit turbid, likely due to construction up the hill and heavy rain Thursday. Soil is moist but still soaking it up. pastures are green, but growth has slowed. Most leaves are down.  
11/19/2017  OR-CC-88 ORClackamas Mildly Wet General Awareness
Experienced a 2 day lull in precip. Now expecting a solid week of heavy rains which will put November well over the monthly average.