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Start DateEnd DateStation NumberStateCountyCondition MonitoringImpact CategoriesDescriptionView
10/31/2014   NM-SF-1 NMSanta FeTrue Agriculture : $0.00
Business and Industry : $0.00
Energy : $0.00
Fire : $0.00
Plants and Wildlife : $0.00
Society and Public Health : $0.00
Tourism and Recreation : $0.00
Water Supply and Quality : $0.00
Our precipitation is 1.38 inches less on this date in 2014 than it was in 2013. 1.38 inches represents about 11-12% of our average total annual precipitation.  
10/31/2014   NC-WK-6 NCWakeTrue Plants and Wildlife : $0.00
Water Supply and Quality : $0.00
The past 15 days have brought us only 0.12 inches of rain but there do not appear to be any adverse results in the plant life or in the creek and pond levels. The water in the creek has turned a dark black color so the bottom is no longer visible. The trees are turning color and dropping their leaves but that is normal for this time of year. Some trees, principally the sycamores and poplars have not yet turned to colored leaves and started looking like fall. Others like the birches and maples have either lost almost all their leaves (the birches) or have turned brilliant colors and have started to look like fall. The plants seem to be doing well despite the lack of rainfall.  
10/31/2014   SC-JS-9 SCJasperTrue Water Supply and Quality : $0.00
Total precipitation at this station for October was 1.19 inches. Surely not much. There appear to be no apparent impact at the moment, but not sure how much longer that rate of precipitation can exist before something significant appears.  
10/1/2014  10/31/2014  AR-LW-2 ARLawrenceTrue Agriculture : $0.00
Business and Industry : $0.00
Energy : $0.00
Fire : $0.00
Plants and Wildlife : $0.00
Society and Public Health : $0.00
Tourism and Recreation : $0.00
Even with 4.59 inches of rain fall this month we are still in drought continue. Most row crop farmer in this area has both water and dry land crops will be able to come out fair, but those that farm dry crop only will do good to break even because of less number of harvest grain brushes. Cattle farm with the warm temperature and rainfall was able to get one more small cutting of hay and the pasture will remain green for another month or two because of the weather. Wildlife management was help by the rain and warmer weather allowing food plots to be planted and deer hunters are setting up feeder to keep the deer and other wildlife healthy before hunting season in November. Home owner like my self feed over 50 lb. of birdseed to the birds per month to keep them healthy. Ponds; creeks ; rivers and lakes did not gain any water from the October rainfall because there was no run off. We was able to catch and store about 1600 gallon of rain water in our rain barrow from the October rainfall. This keep us from using city water to water the fall garden.