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4/9/2020  CT-FR-67 CTFairfield Mildly Wet Plants & Wildlife
The grass is wet. In some yards, there are still specs of dead grass on their properties but it's rarely visible.  
4/9/2020  FL-PB-37 FLPalm Beach Severely Dry Dusty. Very little rain ion past 30 days  
4/9/2020  MA-MD-152 MAMiddlesex Moderately Wet unable to play golf because ground is very soft  
4/9/2020  MA-MD-162 MAMiddlesex Severely Wet None  
4/9/2020  MA-PL-47 MAPlymouth Mildly Wet General Awareness
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Seems relentlessly chilly--few days when mercury reaches 50 degrees. No signs of frost at night, though. And not enough SUNSHINE--very damp, gray & chilly. Crocuses are long gone; daffodils not very robust this year; magnolia has plump buds; clematis and dogwood are starting to sprout. Male goldfinches are very YELLOW. Male & female downy woodpeckers are stuffing themselves with suet--they must have a nest nearby. Feeders must be refilled twice a week. Local golf course remains closed; no telling if/when it will reopen. Local "essential" hardware store remains open but on a slightly limited schedule. On sunny/mild days, many customers, especially tradesmen (plumbers, electricians). Cranberry bog manager visits 2-3 times/week. Although this is not weather-related, it bears mentioning that local historic sites remain closed, with dire consequences for these attractions. All had expected a busy season (school trips, etc.) for town's 400th anniversary. Those events, including the return of "Mayflower," have been postponed, and could be rescheduled again, depending on the pandemic.  
4/9/2020  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
No rain or snow.  
4/9/2020  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Mildly Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Cloudy to partly cloudy and cool with light rain before dawn. The high temperature was around fifty two degrees and the low around forty three degrees Fahrenheit. Red Currants are beginning to leaf out.  
4/9/2020  NC-AV-7 NCAvery Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Leaf litter in the forest floor a little dry on top due to wind and not as much rainfall during the past week. Creek levels are flowing normal. Trees are beginning to bud more and non natives have already blossom and probably will get burned tonight when the temperature is suppose to fall below freezing. Fire danger is a little higher due to the wind and dry debris on the surface. Solar energy production up more due to more sun and less cloud cover.  
4/9/2020  NC-CM-42 NCCumberland Mildly Dry General Awareness
We had a few showers this week which helped to green up the yard.  
4/9/2020  OH-LC-10 OHLicking Severely Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Nearby streams are running up to banks. Farm fields are very wet with standing water in places. Trees and bushes are budded out and in many cases have flowered out.