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4/24/2017  AZ-PM-12 AZPima Moderately Dry General Awareness
Energy
Fire
Plants And Wildlife
Fire danger and high winds in store for today  
4/24/2017  CO-GR-52 COGrand Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Conditions improved this week. We had 0.71" of precipitation. I watched a neighbor do an agricultural burn in his hay meadow on Saturday, the 22nd, and I was surprised how readily the brush and grass burned in spite of the moisture, so I am keeping us in the mildly dry category.  
4/24/2017  FL-AL-7 FLAlachua Severely Dry Landscape plants, even "drought resistant" varieties, are severely stressed.  
4/24/2017  FL-BV-59 FLBrevard Moderately Dry Fire
Rain has been very little and we are still under a burn ban.  
4/24/2017  FL-PK-18 FLPolk Moderately Dry General Awareness
No significant rain in 17 days coupled with low humidity has dried out the ground cover surface. The fire danger is high.  
4/24/2017  GA-RK-4 GARockdale Moderately Wet Agriculture
Heavy rain with erosion in the field. Seeds and some plants washed out.  
4/24/2017  IL-HN-7 ILHancock Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants And Wildlife
upper ground is dry. streams are barely. we could use some rain but not 7 inches!  
4/24/2017  IL-LK-84 ILLake Near Normal General Awareness
After a very rainy couple of weeks there has been no rain for several days, and soil conditions are just about perfect for digging and weeding. Plants are starting to break buds and the native grasses have started sending up shoots. The bulbs have started flowering. Cut the grass for the first time this year over the weekend.  
4/24/2017  IL-MCH-80 ILMcHenry Near Normal General Awareness
Plants And Wildlife
Standing water has for the most part is gone. Soil is dry on top.Plants all green and trees budded out.  
4/24/2017  IN-AL-5 INAllen Near Normal Plants And Wildlife
4/24/2017: I thought I made report, but it went into cyberspace... Again: Finally was able to mow the whole yard. Ground was too soft prior. Fruit trees have blossomed early, so hope we don't get a frost (we have 3 weeks to go till historic last frosts). With early spring weather I expect (I put out food for:) hummingbirds and orioles.... but none yet.... maybe they are smarter than we humans.  
4/24/2017  IN-LK-26 INLake Near Normal General Awareness
Society And Public Health
Garden work ground firm  
4/24/2017  ME-LN-1 MELincoln Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
.6 inches of rain during last week. Most days were cloudy and cool. Soil moisture still high. Trees and plants budding out but no leaves yet.  
4/24/2017  MI-MT-5 MIMontcalm Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
The rain we have had this past week has put the potato farmers way behind on planting. Usually the big machines are tilling the fields, kicking up lots of dust and planting by now. Water standing in fields has become greater instead of drying up. Creeks are high but no flooding.  
4/24/2017  MN-BK-10 MNBecker Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Water Supply And Quality
I recorded 1.22" of rain during the week. Lots of field work and planting has occurred. Most rivers have increased water levels.  
4/24/2017  MN-DK-70 MNDakota Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants And Wildlife
Water Supply And Quality
As of today we have 3.96/100ths Inchs of Rain from March 23 2017, we are dry, the winds South East 20 mph, which is drying things out. The leaves on the trees just about all out, and the plants are coming up.  
4/24/2017  MN-MC-7 MNMcLeod Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
We have had several lovely drying days, but it is still not dry enough for fieldwork to begin. Normally many fields would be worked up and probably even planted already. However, now our forecast is switching back to rain.  
4/24/2017  MT-FH-26 MTFlathead Mildly Wet General Awareness
Water Supply And Quality
Some intense rain/snow events through the week, turning the main Flathead River brown.  
4/24/2017  NM-BR-46 NMBernalillo Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants And Wildlife
No rain for almost 3 weeks makes it a little dry for this time of year -- our iris flowers normally have bloomed by this time of year, but will hold off when moisture is lacking.  
4/24/2017  NM-MK-6 NMMcKinley Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants And Wildlife
No precipitation for the past two weeks. Local homes tuning on their sprinkler systems. Bird baths filled for the birds. Navajo Willows now leafing.  
4/24/2017  NM-OT-86 NMOtero Severely Dry General Awareness
Tourism And Recreation
The parking lot is dry and dusty  
4/24/2017  NY-MD-16 NYMadison Mildly Wet General Awareness
The yard is a muddy wet sponge again.  
4/24/2017  NY-OG-61 NYOnondaga Near Normal General Awareness
Maybe a bit wetter than typical now with some wet spots in fields, but nothing exceptional, would say that it is within normal range for this time of year. Creeks and lakes are running high still due to the recent heavy precip.  
4/24/2017  NC-DH-6 NCDurham Near Normal General Awareness
This is an update to my usual Sunday morning report. We have now had more than 2.5" since Sat., Apr.22 of slow, soaking rain. That is just what we needed to back our of dry conditions. An inch or two more and we'll be up to "normal."! Yay!!!  
4/24/2017  NC-DH-48 NCDurham Mildly Wet We have had 1.41 inches of rain this past week. The low wet spot is covered with water. The rain is knocking off the last of the Spirea blooms. None of the remaining blooms appear spent. The Carpenter Bee traps have taken their toll and only one appears to hover around our front porch. The last trees to leaf out have leafed out but the leaves are not fully extended. My son reports that his customers are reporting some Hummingbird sightings in the area. We have not seen any Juncos this week and with last week's lack of sightings, we can say that they are gone. It's an old adage that Juncos leave well before the Hummingbirds arrive. This seems to be holding true. I'm not seeing a yellow green layer of washed off pollen over any of the accumulating puddles of water.  
4/24/2017  NC-MS-19 NCMadison Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants And Wildlife
Water Supply And Quality
During the past week we've had 3.4 inches of rain with 2.5 inches falling in the past 48 hours. This has saturated the ground and formed wet weather springs on road banks. Creek and spring water levels are very high. Since we've just finished planting our seedlings this rain has come a perfect time to help these young Fraser Fir seedling's root systems get good water saturation.  
4/24/2017  NC-RG-12 NCRockingham Severely Wet General Awareness
Extremely wet, entering day 3 of precipitation, & day 2 of non-stop rainfall. Fields & small streams are flooding & the area's primary rivers are beginning to rise as their tributaries in southern VA are causing river level elevation downstream here in Eden. Most recent local Dan River level reading in Eden per readings reported to USGS is at 17.59 ft. compared to a normal of less than 5 ft.  
4/24/2017  NC-UN-27 NCUnion Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Since Saturday, April 22, we've received 3.15" of much needed rainfall. A great help for the drought, but so much rain at once has caused many trees to fall and damage homes and property. Scattered power outages also are occurring due to downed power lines from falling trees. Rain continues to fall this morning, so we will most likely add to that number in our rain gauge.  
4/24/2017  NC-YD-3 NCYadkin Near Normal Agriculture
With the steady slow rain the past few days, the ground is slowly absorbing the water. Could keep drought conditions at bay!  
4/24/2017  OH-LS-23 OHLucas Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Drying out nicely until the end of last week when we received and inch and a half of rain in 30 hours. Drainage tile were still running before the rains and creek is risen since. well tiled ground has been worked before the rains and some corn planted.  
4/24/2017  PA-FY-10 PAFayette Mildly Wet General Awareness
stream flows and runoff from woodlands indicate slightly wet conditions  
4/24/2017  SC-BF-23 SCBeaufort Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Business And Industry
Plants And Wildlife
Tourism And Recreation
A low pressure system is woking through our region and quiet, brief rain showers began around mid-night last night but by 06:00 AM this morning that rainmaker was apparently out of here. That only gave us 0.13” Rain.. and it’s only rained on three days this month.. (1.73”) so it’s getting rather dry. So much for April showers. Shrimping season opened last Thursday but that is a dead industry and only one shrimp boat was seen out in the sound. Imported pond raised shrimp drove the price so low it’s not cost effective to run a big-rig shrimp boat anymore. Tourism is impressive and everyone is talking about the traffic and how busy all four restaurants are. This prolonged period of fine weather helps a lot too. I’m having to water our garden every other day to keep things green. It looks like that will continue on for a while. Magnolias are blooming and that’s always a treat. The bees like them too. The heat is building and the sweat is starting.. Me thinks it’ll be a long, hot, dry summer.. That’s it for this week.  
4/24/2017  SC-BK-38 SCBerkeley Severely Wet General Awareness
Over 3inches of rain in less than 24 hours has caused soggy yard conditions and standing water on roads.  
4/24/2017  SC-UN-1 SCUnion Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
minimal watering for raised beds and new transplants  
4/24/2017  TX-LV-23 TXLavaca Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Water Supply And Quality
we have more than adequate grass and other browsing resources, plenty of water in stock tanks, we do not plow much but that would not be easy with the damp soil conditions. Tractor would bog down in places.  
4/24/2017  TX-VV-16 TXVal Verde Near Normal General Awareness
Plants And Wildlife
Based on the vegetation in my area things still seem near normal  
4/24/2017  VA-MN-30 VAMontgomery Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants And Wildlife
Society And Public Health
Tourism And Recreation
it is in the 10 degrees C. they have cancled school today because of flooding. i lived here 4 years and they have never cancled school for flooding. my allergies are high and a lot of flowers are in bloom. i have been takeing meds. to keep my drowsyness at a level. many of the streets are flooded. plants have a slight risk of frost. we are having to leave our horses in the stall all day.  
4/24/2017  WA-TH-28 WAThurston Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants And Wildlife
We are still wet, but approaching normal as we are surrounded by evergreen trees. My moss covered trails are now topped with wild flowers. Precip for the week 0.85"  
4/24/2017  WI-KN-11 WIKenosha Near Normal General Awareness
spring growth continues, trees and grasses showing life  
4/24/2017  CAN-AB-24 CANAlberta Near Normal General Awareness
Some moisture in the past week good for planting crops/gardens when the weather warms  
4/24/2017  CAN-AB-54 CANAlberta Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
cannot get on to hay fields to float the mole hills and fertilize  
4/24/2017  CAN-ON-178 CANOntario Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants And Wildlife
full day of rain 3 days ago has left the bush full of water . Prior to this rain we were drying nicely and farmers were ploughing. In the bush the trilliums are budding and the leakes are up 6 inches. Trees are mostly showing signs of leafing. Forsythe are in full bloom as are the daffodils and hyacinths. The yards as lush and clourful. Some have already cut grass once. my pond remains full