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1/20/2019  CO-WE-424 COWeld Severely Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
No measurable precipitation this week.  
1/20/2019  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
66* cloudy skies, a 30% chance of rain. A high Temp of 62. Winds WNW at 17 mph with gusts of 29 mph.  
1/20/2019  FL-MD-40 FLMiami-Dade Mildly Dry General Awareness
dey week,saved by this mornings frontal passage which brought 0.15" of rain.lets pray we have more rain during the day.  
1/20/2019  FL-OR-40 FLOrange Mildly Dry General Awareness
Fire
Society & Public Health
Dry weather with a couple of cold, blustery days. Cold front passed through this location quickly in the early AM with .30 precipitation. Expect gradually decreasing temperatures and increasing winds.  
1/20/2019  GA-MD-5 GAMcDuffie Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Wet soils had been reduced until overnight rain.  
1/20/2019  IL-ME-9 ILMenard Moderately Wet General Awareness
Menard Co., IL, January 20, 2019: When the 14 inches of snow starts melting the ground will be quite saturated.  
1/20/2019  IN-BN-53 INBoone Near Normal General Awareness
Normal to a bit on the wet side. The week finished with freezing rain snow and a cold snap  
1/20/2019  IN-OW-9 INOwen Near Normal General Awareness
Normal conditions, no adverse affects  
1/20/2019  ME-SG-16 MESagadahoc Mildly Wet General Awareness
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
The icy conditions changed little this past week as temperatures never rose above freezing. Until today there has been little precipitation. Now it's snowing hard and is 5 degrees. Unless it warms considerably, it will remain slippery. Ice one cannot see will still remain dangerous. Plowing today may be a challenge.  
1/20/2019  MD-HR-23 MDHarford Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The past week had normal to below normal Temps. 2.00" of Precip this week. 0.6" of Snow fell Saturday night. Surface soils are now muddy but were completely snow covered most of the week. Grass is becoming visible. Soil Temps remained steady and Soil Moisture levels rose at all depths. **High Centibar Readings mean drier soil...ie; 0 = wet saturated soil. **Current Soil Readings @ 7am: Surface Soil Temp: 33.1F...Grass Temp: 32.4F... 6 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 33F...Soil Moisture: 07 Centibars.. 24 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 37F...Soil Moisture: 11 Centibars.. 36 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 40F...Soil Moisture: 24 Centibars.. Farm operations have ceased in my area. Birds were active at the feeders. Bluebirds have remained again this year with 4 pairs spotted. Bog Turtles are in hibernation. The pair of Bald Eagles were not seen. Creek Status: Water is clear.. Water Level & Flow are above normal.  
1/20/2019  MI-BN-3 MIBerrien Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
For the week ending 1/20/2019, conditions were MODERATELY DRY. The 7-day cumulative precipitation total of 0.39 inches was 29% below the 10-year (2009-2018) average of 0.55 inches for this date and was in the “near normal” range; the 30-day total of 2.32 inches was 31% below the 10-year average of 3.35 inches and in the “severely dry” range; and the 90-day total of 8.02 inches was 15% below average and in the “severely dry” range. The maximum daily precipitation was 0.22 inches on the 20th. Snow was responsible for 100% of precipitation this week. There was a total of 6.1 inches of new snow this week, with a maximum depth of 5.0 inches (on the 20th). Temperatures ranged from 36 (on the 16th) to 0 (on the 20th) degrees F, with average Hi/Lo temperatures of 31/17 F. Overall, the average high temperature was 5 degrees cooler than last week, while the average low temperature was 8 degrees F cooler than last week. Activity at the bird feeders remained high with the arrival of persistent below-freezing temperatures most of the week. A Red-breasted Nuthatch remains a persistent visitor to the bird feeders, and one or two Carolina Wrens appear to over-wintering on the back deck, though rarely seen. A Coper’s Hawk was noted in the vicinity of the feeders in search of prey on several occasions. A group of 4-5 Wild Turkeys were consistent visitors to the yard throughout the week. Crescent Lake is now 100% covered with ice and snow.  
1/20/2019  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Very cold last night. Low negative 5 degrees Fahrenheit.  
1/20/2019  MN-MC-7 MNMcLeod Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
So far this has been a very dry winter. We did have 1" of snow this week. Rivers seem close to normal, but also mostly frozen so its hard to say. Almost all snow remaining on the ground is ice and walking is very treacherous.  
1/20/2019  NJ-MD-62 NJMiddlesex Mildly Wet General Awareness
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Steady rain the past 15 hours has made the area mildly wet. No Flooding in my immediate neighborhood as the ground does a great job of absorbing moisture. Wildlife activity is normal and energy usage is average  
1/20/2019  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Mildly Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Cloudy and cold with snow, occasionally heavy, and wind gusts putting large branches in motion. The high temperature was around sixteen degrees and the low around ten degrees Fahrenheit. Care must be taken with livestock to provide warm shelter and unfrozen water.  
1/20/2019  NC-BC-150 NCBuncombe Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
With another one inch plus of rain this past week, the ground remains saturated. High winds yesterday (gusts to 21 mph) and today pose a hazard to local trees. Most days have been cloudy, with generally warmer temps (rising to upper 40s and staying above freezing most nights).  
1/20/2019  NC-DH-6 NCDurham Moderately Wet General Awareness
1.24" this week to keep us wet. If there is any chance of rain, it rains. If it's predicted to be a quarter to a half inch, we get more than half an inch. The ground is saturated. A bit of rain and water stands.  
1/20/2019  OH-CB-8 OHColumbiana Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
My last report was submitted on 13 January 2019. This report covers the week of 13-19 January 2019. Temperatures this week ranged from the mid 20’s at night to the mid 40’s during the day. During this period 0.46 of an inch of precipitation fell adding to the 0.10 of an inch that fell last week. Low areas are still pretty wet and squishy. This area has been under a Winter Storm Warning most of Saturday (January 19th) into Sunday morning. Overall conditions remain “Mildly Wet”.  
1/20/2019  OH-UN-4 OHUnion Near Normal Agriculture
Snow covered. I did pull soil samples this past week before the 0.96 precipitation on Saturday, was almost fit for tillage.  
1/20/2019  SC-AN-21 SCAnderson Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
After another inch of rain this week we continue to be generally wet and muddy. We've had to move the truck out of the shed since water has washed a couple holes in the ground just outside the shed door. We'll need to get some gravel to fill them in. My brother-in-law has had to put off getting his new sheds up, again, because the ground is just too wet to have equipment move around on it. I should replant some bushes but it's just too wet to do it. Maybe we'll dry out one of these days!  
1/20/2019  SC-BF-10 SCBeaufort Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Nearly an inch of rain fell this week, and we have about half of January's rainfall for the month. It is windy and tonight we will have the coldest night of the "winter" which has been mild thus far. Our lawn is still green, which will probably change after tonight. Our most recent water bill is lower than usual. Gardens still have no need for watering, lagoons are full. Wildlife is happy too!  
1/20/2019  TX-LV-21 TXLavaca Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
We've had a lot of rain the last several months. Areas of the farm are still quite wet. 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.  
1/20/2019  TX-TT-3 TXTrinity Mildly Wet General Awareness
Soil still somewhat soggy. Light ponding. Pond still full.  
1/20/2019  VA-GV-2 VAGreensville Moderately Wet General Awareness
Water standing in Low lying areas and ditches Grouund is moderately saturated and spongy  
1/20/2019  VA-RH-4 VARockingham Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Our area got drenched with 1.31 in. of rain last night on top of ground 50% covered with last week's snow. The soil is soggy.  
1/20/2019  VA-RH-11 VARockingham Severely Wet Total precipitation this week was 1.05 inches, of which 0.98 inches occurred in the past 24 hours. Soil remains saturated. As a result, fire danger remains low. Current soil conditions: Sensors at 12 inches - Temperature 38 degrees Moisture 3 centibars. Sensors at 18 inches - Temperature 39 degrees Moisture 3 centibars  
1/20/2019  WI-CB-4 WIColumbia Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Daytime temps in the 30's and nighttime in the teens and 20's has been friendly for wildlife as we had no snow cover. It also keeps the frost from going deep. Normally January is very cold and below zero. On Friday into Saturday morning we had 4.5" of snow before the temps drop to below zero, with possibly some more snow on the way. The wildfire danger is once again gone and the hay and winter wheat have snow cover to protect them from damage as long as we do get more snow. You could see there was a lot of ponding in fields from our rain/snow from a couple of weeks ago. The snow was a boost for businesses that rely on it for income. Snowmobile and cross country skiing is possible and the local Ski Hills benefit, as it is more appealing to come and ski when it looks like winter. Creeks are flowing normal and the Baraboo River has returned to normal as well.  
1/20/2019  WI-KN-6 WIKenosha Near Normal Plants & Wildlife
unable to check soil condition due to snow cover.