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3/24/2017  AZ-PM-12 AZPima Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants And Wildlife
No rain again plants are getting browner by the day  
3/24/2017  CT-NL-21 CTNew London Near Normal General Awareness
As the new drought report was issued on 3/23/17 the very eastern part of CT (from I-395 to RI border and from the MA border to the ocean we are no longer in a drought)while the rest of CT remains in some degree of a drought status.  
3/24/2017  MO-CP-5 MOCooper Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Business And Industry
Energy
Plants And Wildlife
Water Supply And Quality
With all the wind we have had this week and some sun the ground has dried out quickly. I turned the garden over yesterday (it had been mostly exposed soil this Winter), and it was dry and powdery on top on most places. Temperatures have been up and down this week. Thunderstorms are expected for the next few days starting tonight.  
3/24/2017  NM-SF-1 NMSanta Fe Moderately Dry Agriculture
Fire
Plants And Wildlife
Society And Public Health
Tourism And Recreation
Water Supply And Quality
Soil is now hydrophobic from lack of moisture. Last rain of real penetration was January 16.  
3/24/2017  NM-SR-49 NMSierra Severely Dry General Awareness
Tourism And Recreation
Dry, dusty roads  
3/24/2017  NM-TS-33 NMTaos Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants And Wildlife
Precipitation in Feb was below normal. There was none in March up until today. The ground was drying out and was afraid we were beginning a spring drought with serious fire risk. Last night received 1.93" melted value of 17.5" snow; so right now things are pretty wet.  
3/24/2017  OK-JH-1 OKJohnston Moderately Dry still very dry had a lot of fire calls for our local fire dept. we are still not under no burn ban, we sure need it, wind has been blowing very high up to 35 mph, sure praying for a heavy rain soon, my 2 ponds are getting lower by the day  
3/24/2017  SC-BF-52 SCBeaufort Mildly Dry General Awareness
No rain in over 10 days now. Otherwise no significant adverse effects.  
3/24/2017  TX-RD-34 TXRandall Moderately Dry Fire
Received small amount of rain over the Tx Panhandle area, still having fires.  
3/24/2017  TX-WK-5 TXWalker Mildly Wet General Awareness
Energy
Fire
Plants And Wildlife
The bar ditch in the front yard is too wet to mow. In spite of a couple of wet years, the mixed pine and hardwood forest near my home is just now devoid of dead trees from the preceding drought. Winter ended in February, and we have had some record or near-record high and low temperature days. Thankfully, it has been rainy enough to compensate, but cooling costs are still up. There are still controlled burns in the area to keep fuels under control, and there have been a couple of small grass fires in the county in the last month, which shows how spotty the rains have been. The deer population is moderately heavy (to herds in our small subdivision.) During normal yard work in the last week, we have seen two snakes(both non-venomous; we don't routinely see snakes in the yard.)  
3/24/2017  WA-CK-38 WAClark Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants And Wildlife
The woodpeckers are back banging on the trees this morning, so spring is here for certain despite the storms coming through. It is too wet to mow the lawn even though the couple of sunny days encouraged the grass to grow to 6 inches hign.  
3/24/2017  CAN-ON-306 CANOntario Near Normal Agriculture
Chilly but Warmer outside, damp. Overcast day.