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10/21/2018  AZ-NV-7 AZNavajo Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Recent moisture has eased the dryness for now but ponds are still dry, small springs are still not running, roads are already dusty. Prescribed burning has started.  
10/21/2018  AZ-PM-172 AZPima Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Rain in forecast and quite windy which dries things out rather quickly. Wildlife is active. Weeds are flourishing!  
10/21/2018  AZ-YV-142 AZYavapai Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
[for the week of 10-14 thru 10-20] A mostly dry and chilly week, with 2 days of light rain, producing a total of 0.30 inches. Low temps for the week ranged from 31 to 41. High temps ranged from 46 to 73. Granite Creek is still flowing at about 4 ft wide and 2 inches deep at my local crossing.  
10/21/2018  CT-FR-44 CTFairfield Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Fire
Water Supply & Quality
Total precipitation for this past week is exactly 0.40". Our fields are still muddy, but it's not quite as bad as last week. The paving crew has finished our road. We are approximately halfway through our leaf cleanup. Creek water levels are around normal. Soil conditions are relatively muddy. Fire risk is low.  
10/21/2018  FL-CH-15 FLCharlotte Mildly Wet General Awareness
We seem to have entered the "Dry Season" in this part of Florida. Our last measurable rain was on Oct. 11. The afternoon thunder storms are no longer a factor.  
10/21/2018  FL-DV-13 FLDuval Severely Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Here at the beach we are entering drought conditions. Less than 1.25" of rain since mid September. 2 to 5 miles west of the beaches area has had beneficial rain.  
10/21/2018  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Near Normal General Awareness
74*F Partly cloudy skies, 10% chance of rain. A high temp of 84.  
10/21/2018  FL-MD-40 FLMiami-Dade Near Normal General Awareness
our(so.floirida)2018 rainy season "officialy ended" on oct.15th,and the actualrainfall is showing this change with only 0.69"of rain during this past week.cold front forecasted to cross over so.fl latter this week,so let's hope it brings some rain.  
10/21/2018  FL-OR-40 FLOrange Mildly Dry General Awareness
Fire
Society & Public Health
Beginning to dry out. No precipitation this week and very little for the last couple of weeks. Still very warm last week. Just now (10/21) cooling off.  
10/21/2018  GA-MD-5 GAMcDuffie Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Plants, pond, etc. are doing well.  
10/21/2018  ID-VL-1 IDValley Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
The last couple of weeks has been clear and dry. This last week has be above normal temps and dry, humidity has been very low for this time of year. We have had cool night with frost.  
10/21/2018  IL-CP-1 ILChampaign Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Only 0.08" in the past week and 1.27" for the month. Pond is lower than normal, soil dry. Harvest probably 99% complete in this area.  
10/21/2018  IL-HY-8 ILHenry Mildly Wet General Awareness
Smaller streams are back to near normal depths and the larger rivers in the area are beginning to drop, but are still over flood stage. Some standing water still in fields.  
10/21/2018  IL-KN-67 ILKane Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Conditions are completely normal for this time of year. Frosts are occurring frequently at night.  
10/21/2018  IL-LS-34 ILLa Salle Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
0.31" of rain this week. Tree leaves are still in color. Some haven't turned yet. Nights have been cool enough that I brought all the potted and hanging outdoor plants indoors for the winter early this week. I don't believe I've ever done that quite this early.  
10/21/2018  IL-MCL-2 ILMcLean Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Walked a harvested corn field, soil was damp but not overly wet. Soil moisture conditions seem to be good. High winds on Oct 20th took a lot of leaves off of the trees. A hard freeze last night means we will have to install the tank heaters for the horses and burros, put the heated water bowls out for the barn cats and put up the heated bird baths for our feathered friends.  
10/21/2018  IL-ME-9 ILMenard Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Menard Co., IL, October 21, 2018: Not much rain this week but the local creek is still high and the ground is still soft and muddy.  
10/21/2018  IL-TZ-26 ILTazewell Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
During the last two weeks I have received 1.40 inches of rain, most fell in the first week. Our farmers are almost done with the harvest and have started on field preparation for winter. The trees are all turning color and leaves are starting to fall. I mowed the yard this week and expect that I will have to mow it again at least once more before winter. Our local creeks are all flowing above what is normal for this time of the year and my pond is up about an inch into the overflow pipe. My garden is now all done and I am moving potted plants indoors, to the sun porch, for their winter home. We went from a warm fall to a cold fall, with frost, almost over night. My station WYS vs. the Prism avg. of 37.41 inches is interesting, 2016 was +6 inches, 2017 was -5.5 inches, and this year was +5 inches.  
10/21/2018  IN-OW-9 INOwen Near Normal General Awareness
Normal conditions, no adverse affects  
10/21/2018  IN-TN-1 INTipton Mildly Wet Agriculture
Fall harvest is progressing,but is limited in some areas due to excessive rain.  
10/21/2018  IA-HY-1 IAHenry Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
No rain this week allowed fields to dry some. By Thursday the 18th some farmers were able to get back into the field to continue corn harvest. A few were able harvest soybeans on Thursday but it took until Saturday before farmers really went after soybeans. Ground is soft yet but farmers are able to harvest. Temperature this morning was 25°F so plants should be done growing. High winds yesterday stripped a lot of leaves from the trees. Most people are mowing lawns for last time. Pastures are growing slower. Gardens are done growing. There is some ponding of water in tractor tracks  
10/21/2018  IA-TY-2 IATaylor Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
A week of sunshine has allowed corn harvest to resume, still to damp for much bean harvest. Feedlots are starting to dry up some.  
10/21/2018  KS-SN-32 KSShawnee Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
The grass has benefit from the cooler temps and moisture. Soybeans are still in the fields. Trees are starting to drop their leaves. The AC/heat is off saving $$$.  
10/21/2018  ME-LN-1 MELincoln Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fields and lawn still green, stream at normal level for this time of year, soil is moist but not saturated.  
10/21/2018  ME-SG-16 MESagadahoc Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Strong winds have dried surface moisture but vehicle traffic on field and forest now leave tracks. Maples are losing leaves rapidly and oaks ar3e turning a yellowish brown. Grass is a vibrant green.  
10/21/2018  MD-HR-23 MDHarford Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Water Supply & Quality
Mostly dry week with only 0.48" of Rain. The First Frost of the Season occurred Friday morning 10.19.18. Surface soils are damp to muddy. Soil Temps and Soil Moisture fell at all depths. AC was not needed this week but Heat was as temps dipped to around the freezing mark Thursday & into the upper 30's Saturday night. **High Centibar Readings mean drier soil... **Current Soil Readings @ 7am: Surface Soil Temp: 41F... 6 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 54F...Soil Moisture: 09 Centibars.. 24 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 58F...Soil Moisture: 14 Centibars.. 36 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 61F...Soil Moisture: 20 Centibars.. Crops on surrounding farms as well as the farm next to me have harvested or scrapped what was there sine there was a lot of rot. Evergreens, especially Junipers are still showing signs of Tip Blight and Fungus...Lawns and mulch are loaded with fungi. Mold counts have been high for a few months. Ragweed is out. No leaf color change yet. Birds were slightly more active at the feeders. Bog Turtles were rarely seen. The pair of Bald Eagles were not seen. Creek Status: Water is clear.. Water Level & Flow are normal.  
10/21/2018  MA-WR-41 MAWorcester Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
just a trace of measurable rain the last eight days.  
10/21/2018  MI-AN-25 MIAllegan Near Normal General Awareness
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Typical fall cool weather this past week with about a half inch of rain during the week and our first hard frost occurring mid-week. Tree and shrub leaves are changing color, but many leaves are falling before turning color. Our furnace has been coming on most mornings.  
10/21/2018  MI-BN-3 MIBerrien Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
For the week ending 10/21/2018, conditions were MILDLY DRY. The 7-day cumulative precipitation total of 0.45 inches was 60% below the 9-year (2009-2017) average of 1.13 inches for this date and was in the “mildly dry” range; the 30-day total of 4.67 inches was 29% above the 9-year average of 3.61 inches and in the “near normal” range; and the 90-day total of 13.68 inches was 27% above average and in the “near normal” range. The maximum daily precipitation was 0.16 inches on the 21st. The first frost of the year (28 degrees F on the 16th) brought an end to ET measurements. Temperatures ranged from 60 (on the 14th) to 29 (on the 18th) degrees F, with average Hi/Lo temperatures of 53/34 F. Overall, the average high and low temperatures were 12 and 17 degrees F cooler, respectively, than last week. A flock of at least 18 Mallards, a relatively large concentration for Crescent Lake, was noted during the week. Blue Jays have appeared in the neighborhood in numbers. A handful of Purple Finches have been frequenting the feeders daily this week, a relatively unusual occurrence. A small number of Dark-eyed Juncos made their first appearance of the fall on the 20th. Cooler weather has resulted in markedly increased activity at the bird feeders.  
10/21/2018  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
.03 inches of rain, snow from last night.  
10/21/2018  MI-LV-15 MILivingston Mildly Wet General Awareness
About half inch of moisture from rain and hail in the last two days. The hail completely covered the ground yesterday for about half an hour.  
10/21/2018  MN-HN-128 MNHennepin Near Normal General Awareness
Not much to say. Things appear to be normal to me. Little rain, cooler temps, I don't have to mow. All is good.  
10/21/2018  MN-MC-7 MNMcLeod Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Rivers are still running high from the excess rain of the week before this one. (We only reported a total of .03 this week.) However the ground is drying somewhat and soybean harvest has resumed.  
10/21/2018  MN-OL-18 MNOlmsted Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
This week was marked by the first measurable snowfall and 0.3" of moisture followed by strong drying winds. Today, Sunday October 21st, Fall color is at peak with 28°, 27° windchill, frost, dry & clear with a 1-5 mph southerly breeze and a good air quality index of 8 at 6 a.m. observation time. There were 30+mph NW gusty winds with a few snow flurries yesterday.  
10/21/2018  MS-CH-3 MSCoahoma Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Weekly precipitation = 2.47. Still have about 450 acres of soybeans to cut. Muddy harvest conditions continue. Unable to do any ground work.  
10/21/2018  MO-BR-3 MOBarton Near Normal General Awareness
10-14 through 10-20. Rain for the week was 0.32; for the month 2.70. High temp was 68 and low was 34. Very little leaf color yet.  
10/21/2018  NJ-MD-62 NJMiddlesex Near Normal Vegetation is mainly green with some browning, especially grass, consistent with the season. Leaves are generally green, but beginning to turn color and fall. So far, there have been no vibrant colors. Wildlife activity is normal and energy usage seems to be average.  
10/21/2018  NM-GR-33 NMGrant Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Just mildly wet now since it has been cloudy, cool, low evaporation. wildlife look healthy; still some green grasses for deer, etc.; Hummingbirds are still here; migratory birds coming through; titmice are plentiful right now; very few lizards, no snakes lately; possible mt lion tracks  
10/21/2018  NM-SF-101 NMSanta Fe Near Normal General Awareness
Rain and snow early last week; clouds and cool temperatures have persisted, soils remain moist. A lot of leaves still remain on cottonwoods, oaks and elms.  
10/21/2018  NY-BM-7 NYBroome Mildly Wet General Awareness
Every time it seems to be drying back to normal we get another precipitation over 0.4 inches and that makes it seem above normal at least a little. Never seen a year like this in my 50 years in the area.  
10/21/2018  NY-CY-26 NYCayuga Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
.21" of precip this week, w/ our first flakes and some actual accumulation nearby. 2.47" so far in October.  
10/21/2018  NY-ER-135 NYErie Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Lawns need mowing once a week, again, no Monarch butterfly siting's, Maple trees are beginning to yellow, along with most other trees, Cottonwood and Chestnut trees are almost done casting.  
10/21/2018  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Moderately Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Partly cloudy to cloudy with light rain, a thunderstorm with hail and rain showers.The high temperature was round fifty degrees and the low around thirty two degrees Fahrenheit. This caused soggy conditions in the field and loss of herbs to cold and frost.  
10/21/2018  NC-CS-1 NCCaswell Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Fall is finally here - brisk temperatures, falling leaves but no change of color yet. Not much activity anywhere - birds, on the lake or farming. At 410.38' lake level is slowly returning to normal after the hurricane rains. This is how October should be in North Carolina.  
10/21/2018  NC-DR-63 NCDare Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
The Rain Fall has been near Normal the last couple of weeks. The constant wind has kept the Wind/Kite Surfers Happy and Active. With the changing season, we have experienced Above Normal to Near Normal Temperatures. Fall Fishing has produced an abundant harvest with many Fishing Tournaments completed and/or scheduled. Wildlife has begun to migrate and trees and bushes are suffering from Salt/Wind Burn. Traffic has been Moderate and Heavy at times. School Events have returned to Normal levels. Clean-up after Storms have neared Completion. Halloween/Fall Harvest decorations continue to be installed. Fall Fruit and Vegetables are available but a little pricy. Fall grasses and flowers are Blooming. Fuel prices remain High. Electric, Water and Sanitation Services remain constant and reliable. Roads are Open with Road and Bridge Construction progressing nicely. Public Health seems to be Good (Normal). Have a Great Week. :)  
10/21/2018  NC-DH-6 NCDurham Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
just a quarter of an inch this week, but with the cooler weather and the all the previous rain, it is still wetter than "normal" for late October. Easy to pull tree seedlings by the root in the garden. Only can do the when it's wet.  
10/21/2018  NC-MS-5 NCMadison Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The week started warm and wet, and ended cold and with another half inch of rain. Total rain for this week was 1.47". We're expecting our first hard freeze tonight. It was 33° yesterday morning. As I picked the last of the tomatoes and peppers before the freeze, I noted that the garden soil was moist, but not wet. The high ridges are showing a little bit of fall color. Red maples are beginning to turn, adding to the sourwoods and dogwoods. The microhydro is running with the large jet on. The drinking spring remains excellent quality and quantity.  
10/21/2018  ND-TR-3 NDTraill Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Soil moisture conditions are good, perfect for working soil or fall planting. River and stream levels are normal, ideal for late fall fishing and canoeing. Frost tolerant vegetation is healthy. Wildlife appear healthy.  
10/21/2018  OH-CB-8 OHColumbiana Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
My last report was submitted on 14 October 2018. This report covers the week of 14-20 October 2018. Temperatures this week ranged from the upper 20’s at night to the lower 50’s during the day. During this period, 0.41 inch of precipitation fell adding to the 0.53 of an inch of rain from last week. Some of the precipitation was in the form of extremely light snow and sleet that instantly melted. We also had a few nights that had frost. Lawns, fields, and trees are STILL amazingly green for this time of year. More trees have begun to shed leaves, but they just went from green to brown with no vibrant colors. Many trees are still in full leaf. However, locust and walnut trees are bare. Farm crops are being harvested with reports of a good overall harvest. Local hay fields were just mowed yesterday for the last time this season. Low areas still have soil conditions that are soft and wet with walking to be “squishy”. Overall conditions remain “Mildly Wet”. (Submitted 21 October 2018)  
10/21/2018  OH-UN-4 OHUnion Mildly Dry Agriculture
Almost powder dry in places, others have decent moisture. Plenty dry for harvest and fall tillage.