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6/17/2018  AZ-NV-7 AZNavajo Severely Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Received some welcome rain yesterday 0.69" total, It was enough to settle the dust and pollen. No runoff or surface water recovery. it did give a few days reprieve on fire season. Still in Stage 3 Restrictions, most likely will not be lifted with this moisture.  
6/17/2018  AZ-YV-142 AZYavapai Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
[for the week of 6-10 thru 6-16] Another hot and dry week - until the 15th and 16th when moisture from dissipated Hurricane Bud moved up into AZ from Baja Calif and the 'Sea of Cortez', giving us a rare rain event for mid June which is typically the driest and hottest time of the climatological year. A Trace of rain fell on the 15th. 0.82" fell on the 16th. Low temps for the week ranged from 47 to 64. High temps ranged from a rainy 67 on the 16th to 99 three days earlier. Granite Creek has resumed flowing at my local neighborhood crossing - back up to about 1 ft wide and 1" deep.  
6/17/2018  CO-DG-176 CODouglas Moderately Dry General Awareness
Ground cracked. Grass brown. Above average temperatures, wind and no rain. Roses wilting without extra water. Smoke in the air from multiple fires.  
6/17/2018  CO-EL-76 COElbert Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Still no significant precipitation. Grasses have stopped growing and stock is off the pastures for now.  
6/17/2018  CO-WE-424 COWeld Severely Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
heat, wind, but no rain  
6/17/2018  CT-NL-38 CTNew London Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Small ponds, streams, roadside ditches, farm ponds and fire wells are all experiencing water reduction due to no measurable rainfall since 6.6.18. Watering the flower and herb garden.At this time trees and small bushy growth that occur naturally in nature appear unaffected by lack of rainfall.  
6/17/2018  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Mostly cloudy skies, a 30% chance of rain. A high temperature of 92*F  
6/17/2018  FL-MD-40 FLMiami-Dade Mildly Wet General Awareness
somewhat of a dry week with only 1.08" of rain.next couple of days looking good for increased rainfall.  
6/17/2018  FL-PT-9 FLPutnam Moderately Wet General Awareness
6-10 through 6-16. Rain for the week was 2.60. Lake level is now over the top of the dock by an inch or so. Lots of road ditches full after the big rain yesterday. High temp was 96 and low was 69.  
6/17/2018  GA-MD-5 GAMcDuffie Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Afternoon showers slow down some work but general conditions are normal.  
6/17/2018  IL-CP-1 ILChampaign Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
2.66" of rain in the past week, most last Sunday-Tuesday. Some standing water in fields, but overall surprisingly not muddy elsewhere. Corn and beans looking great around here. Evap rates last couple of days running 0.15-0.20" per day.  
6/17/2018  IL-ME-9 ILMenard Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Menard Co., IL, June 10, 2018: Some good rain early in the week helped continue normal conditions.  
6/17/2018  IL-TZ-26 ILTazewell Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Happy Fathers Day everybody! This last week was interesting it started off with about an inch of rain and then ended hot and dry. For the week I got 0.93 inches of rain. Some areas around me got more and some got less, the rain amounts have been somewhat spotty . I am happy with what I got but would like some more this week. Area farm crops are looking great with some chest high or better corn and beans better than a foot. My garden is growing very well but so are the weeds. My lawn looks good but with these hot dry days it won't last that way long without more rain. The pond is right at the overflow and discharging just a trickle and the local creek is flowing about normal. My overall condition scale is that we are going into summer at near normal but on the dry side.  
6/17/2018  IN-BN-53 INBoone Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Welcome rain early in the week brought our total back in line but heat wave is still stressing plants.  
6/17/2018  IN-LK-68 INLake Near Normal General Awareness
The other evening we received a good rain shower that was involved in this heat wave. The lawns are nice and green and flower blooms are really colorful.  
6/17/2018  IN-OW-9 INOwen Near Normal General Awareness
Normal conditions, no adverse affects  
6/17/2018  IA-TY-2 IATaylor Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Crops look good; temps in the 90's along with the wind are sucking up the moisture, will be needing some rain, you do not need to go very far to get into some dry areas.  
6/17/2018  KY-KN-15 KYKenton Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Plant-life is green but the undelying soil is drying. Putting a spade into the surface takes some extra effort. Robins and Cardinals are abundant and seem to be finding plenty of insects. The daily temperature maximums have been in the nineties for the past few days. No rain in the past four days.  
6/17/2018  ME-SG-16 MESagadahoc Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Reports from around the state indicated that our station recorded the highest rainfall on Thursday, .64 of an inch. A brief respite from a severe lack of rainfall was most welcomed but only temporary relief. Puddles disappeared within hours and garden still needs to be watered. Field grass growing again but will soon need more rain.  
6/17/2018  MD-HR-23 MDHarford Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Water Supply & Quality
This past week Temps were both below and above normal. Rain early in the week gave way to 3 Windy days with very warm temps along with high Solar Radiation caused surface soils to become very dry with a reading of 55 Cb. Mowing caused a significant amonut of dust to become airborne. Soil Temps remained steady at all depths below 4 inches. Soil Moisture content fell slightly. AC was not needed til late in the week. **High Centibar Readings mean drier soil... **Current Soil Readings @ 7am: Surface Soil Temp: 65F.. 6 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 73F...Soil Moisture: 15 Centibars.. 24 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 68F...Soil Moisture: 11 Centibars.. 36 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 63F...Soil Moisture: 15 Centibars.. Corn on the farm next to me is at 16 inches. Birds were active at the feeders. Bog Turtles were very active this week. The pair of Bald Eagles were not seen. Creek Status: Water is clear, Water Level & Flow are normal. Air Quality Alert has been in place Friday...  
6/17/2018  MA-BR-23 MABristol Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Warm, dry weather. Only 0.03" rain reported over the last week, and only 1.01" monthly precipitation so far. 1.71" total ET for a water balance of -0.70". Monthly average temp 64.6f, monthly low 48.0f, high 87.1f.  
6/17/2018  MA-WR-41 MAWorcester Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Water Supply & Quality
Just .13 of rain the past seven days, soil very dry, grass is growing very slowly, water bodies at normal levels but ponds dropping quickly. No dew on the grass most days during the past week. Local farmers are using the dry weather to feverishly cut and bale hay.  
6/17/2018  MI-AN-25 MIAllegan Near Normal General Awareness
We had pleasant summer weather this past week with a total of 1.50" of rain and daily temperatures in the seasonal average range.  
6/17/2018  MI-BN-3 MIBerrien Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
For the week ending 6/17/2018, conditions were MILDLY DRY. The 7-day moving precipitation total of 0.68 inches was 46% below the 9-year (2009-2017) average of 1.28 inches for this date and in the “mildly dry” range; the 30-day total of 3.08 inches was 16% below the 9-year average of 3.65 inches and in the “moderately dry” range; and the 90-day total of 12.51 inches was 12% above average and in the “near normal” range. The maximum daily rainfall during the week was 0.52 inches on the 11th. Temperatures were considerably cooler this week, ranging from 87 (on the 16th) to 53 (on the 14th) degrees F, with average Hi/Lo temperatures of 78/63 F. Overall, the average high was 2 degrees warmer than last week and the average low temperature was 4 degrees warmer than last week. The Mute Swan brood on Crescent Lake has been reduced from an initial 4-5 to just 2 towards the end of this week. Canada Geese, recently a daily occurrence, have been nearly absent this week. Fishermen were observed on Crescent Lake nearly daily, with a daily maximum of six.  
6/17/2018  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Little rain this morning. .17 inches. Plants look good in the morning.  
6/17/2018  MI-OW-47 MIOttawa Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Recent rainfalls have left soil nice and moist. Lawns, bushes, shrubs and trees in the area are all nice and green. Crops in the area such as soybeans and corn all look very healthy. Earlier this week I was watering my lawn as it was green but a little dry as evidenced by longer lasting footprints. After this weekend's rain I no longer need to water for a few days. I did not observe any standing water or puddles in the immediate area 24 hours after the rain.  
6/17/2018  MN-AT-5 MNAitkin Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Wet and muggy period over the last week. Creeks and ditches are high but remain in their banks. Storms over the last 48 hours have resulted in isolated reports of washouts and water over low lying roads. Some fields have minor flooding. Plants and animals doing well.  
6/17/2018  MN-OL-18 MNOlmsted Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Tourism & Recreation
A week of frequent fast-moving storm fronts with lightning, thunder and high winds but less than 0.1" of rainfall was produced. 78°, 78% humidity, few clouds & dry with 1-5 mph SSW winds and an acceptable air quality index of 40 microgms/sq meter at 6 a.m. observation time.  
6/17/2018  MS-CH-3 MSCoahoma Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Weekly rainfall is 0.10. Basically normal summer conditions. Busy watering crop and hoping for a rain or just a cloud! Got the cool gusty winds off a nearby storm one evening and a light shower on another evening.  
6/17/2018  MS-TL-1 MSTallahatchie Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
MS-TL-1 we need a good soaking rain to replenish earth. Having to water corn. Extreme heat is drying soil out.  
6/17/2018  NE-LA-19 NELancaster Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
No rain in the last week. 3 days around 100 degrees with 15 to 20 mph winds. Irrigated lawns starting to brown. Normal rainfall for Lincoln since 4/1 is 9.49". My neighborhood has had 4.07", or 5.42" below Normal. Most of the southern half of Lancaster county has had 50% or less of Normal rainfall since April 1st. Birds are flocking to my birdbath and it has to be filled a couple of times a day. Some tree leaves are starting to cup from the heat and drought.  
6/17/2018  NV-CC-21 NVCarson City Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Last week we saw temperatures about 10 degrees above average a few days with some highs topping out in the low 90s and no rain. Fuels have dried substantially from our wet spring. We had a wildfire 2 miles south of my residence in Voltaire Canyon that was human caused, which quickly grew to about 500 acres. The fire is now under control in the clean-up stage. Otherwise, this is typically our dry time of year.  
6/17/2018  NH-CS-7 NHCoos Mildly Dry General Awareness
Precipitation 41% of normal for month & 85% of normal for the calendar year. Dry spots emerging in lawns  
6/17/2018  NH-GR-1 NHGrafton Mildly Dry General Awareness
Under 1/2" rain this past week helped a bit, but still pretty dry.  
6/17/2018  NJ-MC-9 NJMercer Moderately Wet General Awareness
After a very wet Spring, we haven't had any significant rain since the night of 6/10. The ground is drying out. The streams and rivers are back in their banks.  
6/17/2018  NJ-MD-62 NJMiddlesex Near Normal General Awareness
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Vegetation is lush and wildlife is very active. Energy usage is about average.  
6/17/2018  NJ-SM-65 NJSomerset Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Warm weather this past week with plenty of sunshine. Conditions are close to normal for this time of year. No significant rain since the 11th however, vegetation is lush and green and growing. Hot weather early next week will dry things out further. Wildlife is abundant and active.  
6/17/2018  NM-SF-101 NMSanta Fe Mildly Dry General Awareness
Long-awaited rain the past day from a Pacific tropical system, and hopes for an early monsoon.  
6/17/2018  NM-SR-46 NMSierra Severely Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
We did get .77" of rain over 4 days toward the end of this week, and .72 came in a slow, soaking rain over a few hours. That dampened the top few inches of the soil, but otherwise conditions are still very dry (2.03" this calendar year, 3.48" this water year). There is still a little water in the local creek, and it may come up over the next few days because of higher amounts of rainfall above us in the watershed. Fewer birds at our water sources since this week's rains.  
6/17/2018  NY-BM-7 NYBroome Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
No significant rain in my area for about a week. Thunderstorms completely missed my station on Wed. All is drying up very quickly with continued hot, sunny weather.  
6/17/2018  NC-CS-1 NCCaswell Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Hot and dry are the words of the day. Temps are rising to the 90's, lake level dropping now at 410.27' and air quality alerts being issued. Field crops are being irrigated while home gardens have the sprinklers humming. Lake activity is at its typical summer high. It's summertime in North Carolina.  
6/17/2018  NC-CN-31 NCCraven Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
approx. 2-1/2 inches of precipitation over the past week. Winds were moderate, and temperatures too - so excessive4 drying has not been an issue over the past week. AGRICULTURE: corn is growing - tobacco crops look weak - soy and cotton do not seem heavily planted this year. ENERGY: A/C usage moderate FIRE: danger level is likely low PLANTS: White clover continues to bloom (late for the season); crepe myrtles, mimosa in full bloom, queen anne's lace blooming (sambuca done), Rose of Sharon, Vitex blooming. WILDLIFE: nothing out of the ordinary - barn swallow babies flying for the most part TOURISM & RECREATION: The "Big Rock" fishing tournament was impacted by severe weather at the first part of the week. WATER SUPPLY & QUALITY: normal (bacteria levels lowered at some area swimming - fresh water)  
6/17/2018  NC-CC-14 NCCurrituck Moderately Dry General Awareness
Grasses are beginning to brown out a bit and shrubs need frequent watering.  
6/17/2018  NC-DH-6 NCDurham Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
1.64" a week ago and then a bit more here and there has definitely kept us in great shape. As our temps are mostly near to above normal, with hotter expected this week, that is great. Plant growth is lush. As are the mosquitos!  
6/17/2018  NC-HN-41 NCHenderson Near Normal ...the surface soil is slowly drying. All streams and stand bodies of water remain at good flow and depth.  
6/17/2018  NC-MS-5 NCMadison Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Another relatively dry week with a total of .26" of rain (although a thunderstorm is close to us as I write.) While the top of uncovered soil is cracking, when I plant the soil is moist just an inch or so underground. I did water & feed the gardens thoroughly this week. Plants are still green and lush. We turned off one jet in the microhydro. The drinking spring is unchanged in quality or quantity. Friends reported seeing two new fawns this week. The chestnut trees are blooming, along with a few woodland flowers including pipsissewa and whorled loosestrife. The French Broad River is running at 3,000 cfs, a good level for rafting and kayaking.  
6/17/2018  NC-PT-63 NCPitt Near Normal General Awareness
off and on showers have kept things near normal  
6/17/2018  NC-WK-185 NCWake Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
I swept dust and wiped dust/pollen/bugs from the back porch area this morning and re-arranged the furniture at sunrise. At 9 AM, two more spiders have sought refuge in new webs under the porch. The wet towel hung out last night to dry under the porch is very damp this morning. (in dry sunlight the same towel in the same area usually dries in less than an hour)The columnar posts and door frames/hinges that are loose in dry conditions are quite snug today.  
6/17/2018  ND-TR-3 NDTraill Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Recent rains have been welcome, conditions are good. River and stream levels are normal. Birds and wildlife do not appear to be under any weather related stress.  
6/17/2018  OH-HD-22 OHHardin Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
The inch of rain a week ago provided much needed moisture for the plants, but I think we are still a little on the dry side in the imediate vicinity since the scattered rain in the area missed us again several times. I have recorded 1.85 inches this month so far which brings my total for the year to 15.21 inches for rain only. I watered my garden again yesterday and I think the field corn in the area looks like it needs more rain. We saw a field of wheat north of here that is almost ready for harvest and some fields of wheat show some wind damage from storms a week ago. There have been temperatures near or slightly above 90 degrees for a few days and heat advisories for some counties in the area with the heat index forecast to be near 100 degrees today and tomorrow. Friday night was clear and warm so several local recreation and tourism events took place as planned. Storms in the area last evening may have disrupted a few events.