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2/19/2019  AZ-NV-7 AZNavajo Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Moisture since Oct. 1 has been normal. Finally getting some runoff and ponds and lakes are starting to gain water  
2/19/2019  CO-GN-59 COGunnison Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
For the date, snowfall is 104" (100% of average), and snow depth is 39" (143% of average). This is the first time since I began Condition Monitoring Reports (10-2017) that conditions have been in the Wet category. Hopefully this drought is almost over!  
2/19/2019  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Partly cloudy skies, a high temp of 86. Winds: E at 7 mph with gusts of 10 mph  
2/19/2019  FL-HB-10 FLHillsborough Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
My yard, foliage, and flowering plants continue to look healthy, with the help of some hand watering, and the wildlife continue to flourish with the feeling of spring in the air. The only downside; The weather suddenly turned too warm too soon for this time of the winter season here in central Florida earlier this month. It's as though global warming has already returned with vengeance at my South Tampa location. Reported by Don Legler™  
2/19/2019  GA-MI-5 GAMcIntosh Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
This report is for the week of 11 - 17 February 2019. We had 3 days of recorded rainfall for a total of 0.06 inches plus 1 trace day. There is still water in some of the ditches around the county but many are now dry. Spring is coming on slowly. Our first Daffodil bloomed late last week. The weeds in the grass are very green. The highlight of the week was seeing a Bald Eagle flying over the marsh.  
2/19/2019  IL-MCH-80 ILMcHenry Near Normal Can't really say the actual condition as there is still a layer of ice and snow in areas plus the ground is frozen.  
2/19/2019  ME-WL-26 MEWaldo Near Normal General Awareness
More of the same, our winter has remained unusual. We have had some notable swings in temperatures from below zero to record breaking temperatures close to 60 degrees. Most snow storms have been followed by sleet to rain. I did notice a downy woodpecker last week and the pussy willows are beginning to bud, unusually early! Tapping trees this weekend, in anticipation of an early Spring.  
2/19/2019  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Snow base of 38 inches. No new snow.  
2/19/2019  NY-DT-24 NYDutchess Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Mildly wet based on conditions prior to freeze and snow. 0.27 inches of liquid precipitation from storm of 2/17-18. Last event was 2/13 of 4 inches of snow melted to 2 in before current. Snow cover now 3.5 inches and 1.12 liquid. Hudson River ice broken at the Kingston Rhinecliff bridge. Many ice floes on river. Small pond levels are above average. Large Mill Rd Pond (9 acres open) is unfrozen in stream channel to dam. Ducks, geese and swans again populate open water areas. First signs of spring smelled on 2/16 followed by 2 dead skunks in the middle of the road Sunday morning -Aw the start of spring. Spotted a flock of turkeys in farm field outside Claverack NY on 2/18.  
2/19/2019  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Mostly cloudy to cloudy and cold with snow flurries and a light breeze, becoming partly cloudy overnight. The high temperature was around seventeen degrees and the low around seven degrees Fahrenheit. Bitter cold temps require keeping livestock warm and water unfrozen.  
2/19/2019  NC-DH-48 NCDurham Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
The past 8 days are the only days that have had rain this month with 2 of those days being dry. In that time, a little over 2 inches has fallen. There are puddles of standing water and the low wet spot is very muddy. The Pyrachantha is starting to develop buds along with the Shagbark Hickory. The Rose Bush is about the same with no flowers and old decaying Rose Hips. The Forsythia has sprouted numerous flowers that are hanging limp. the Holly Bush, and the one Glossy Abelia leaves are greening up. The other Glossy Abelia is smaller and is not doing as well. the Gardenia is growing and looks healthy. The Cooper's Hawk comes to our feeders periodically looking for a slow meal.  
2/19/2019  TX-WA-24 TXWashington Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Pastures continue to remain wet and that is making it hard for the farmers/ranchers to access certain areas for up-keep such as cutting hay and getting ready to plant certain crops