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1/18/2021  AK-MS-12 AKMatanuska-Susitna Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
This period again saw almost no precipitation with just 1.0+ inches recorded along with a bit of rain/freezing rain. The snow pack is down to 22.0" and is becoming more saturated. Still not seeing many moose but the wild birds continue to empty my black oiler sunflower seed feeder daily. The slow lengthening of the light is now noticeable although we have a long way to go...  
1/18/2021  CA-HM-5 CAHumboldt Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Last week had 1.17" of precipitation, with most of it in one day with 0.95". Still running at about 60% with 15.04" for the water year. Average high was 61.4F--warmest week since mid November; last year didn't reach that high until first week of April. Average low was 47.9"--highest low since second week of October. No change in birds coming and going, and a few mushrooms still coming up. Acacia just about to bloom--last two years it has bloomed on January 20th, so we'll see it it holds for this year. Willows and Chinese cherry trees setting buds, which should open in a week or two, being some of the earliest to "reawaken."  
1/18/2021  CO-CR-12 COCrowley Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Digging holes is a challenge. Moisture does not go very deep. Strong winds last week called for red flag restrictions. Dust in the air Thursday with warnings for visibility. Significant moisture is still not reaching the south and eastern plains. Just enough to give us hope.  
1/18/2021  CO-JF-484 COJefferson Moderately Dry Water Supply & Quality
Approaching the severely dry category after a week of mild temps, high winds, and no precipitation. Most snow has now melted off our property, which is rare for this time of year. Exposed ground is dry and cracked. Snowpack to our west is about 75% of normal. Need several big, wet storms to counter the effects of the previous summer (hot and dry).  
1/18/2021  CT-TL-35 CTTolland Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
No standing water, just very soft in lower parts of pasture.  
1/18/2021  FL-ES-26 FLEscambia Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Upgraded to moderately dry....Rainfall the last two weeks .50. For the month so far 1.76. Rainfall. The most rainfall was 1.22 on New Years Day.. More cloudy than normal, a few cold crisp days in the last few weeks. Frost too. Bird traffic normal.....More bird feeders out...  
1/18/2021  GA-DK-51 GADeKalb Near Normal General Awareness
Nothing remarkable.  
1/18/2021  GA-FL-23 GAFloyd Moderately Wet General Awareness
limited activities  
1/18/2021  IL-CK-336 ILCook Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
During the past week (1/11-1/17), my station received 0.33 inches of precipitation, up from 0.02 inches received last week. Over the past 4 weeks, my station has received 1.64 inches of precipitation. Conditions are currently Near Normal. Temperatures this week have been fairly normal. We’ve had many small snowfalls, so the ground has been consistently coated with a thin layer of snow. I’ve seen the squirrels eating the snow this week. There has also been an unusual amount of bird activity (geese flying, robins and starlings feeding, other small birds that I haven’t seen since fall have reappeared).  
1/18/2021  IL-KX-9 ILKnox Mildly Dry General Awareness
No rain and very little snow has conditions on the dry side. Creeks are very low.  
1/18/2021  IL-LS-34 ILLa Salle Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
The same tiresome old snow with a layer of ice on the bottom has now remained on the ground with occasional small additions to it for 22 days. This past week, Jan. 11-17, we had some partial melting while more light snow fell on three days. There are animal tracks in the snow all over the place, raccoons, rabbits, squirrels, stray cats, probably possums. I've seen and heard crows several times, which is not usual here. I've stopped shoveling my sidewalks because it's safer to walk in the snow than on cleared, but frequently icy walks.  
1/18/2021  IL-LE-23 ILLee Near Normal General Awareness
Conditions are near normal for this time of the year with approximately 6 inches of snow on the ground.  
1/18/2021  IL-MCH-80 ILMcHenry Near Normal General Awareness
Still snow covered with a layer of ice underneath the snow cover. 4.25 inches of existing snow cover on lawns.  
1/18/2021  IA-BT-11 IABenton Near Normal General Awareness
received some snow this past week. Snow accumulation has been less than the norm for this area of Iowa. Could that be an omen for summer rains? Temps have also been mild ranging from the teens to highs of 32 a couple of days. Even the wind has been less making for nice morning walks.  
1/18/2021  ME-SM-3 MESomerset Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Tourism & Recreation
Another warm week - 5 to 10° above average, 0.76" rain with 0.2" snow for week. Snowpack: 3.8" = 1.03 SWE. Dangerous ice conditions for fishing, no smelting on rivers, just cold enough in western mountains for snow making, no snowmobiling except far north. maple syrup producers concerned for season - nights not cold enough.  
1/18/2021  MA-BA-64 MABarnstable Near Normal General Awareness
After a dry week, received 1.15 inches of rain Friday into Saturday (1/15-1/16/21). Just over 2 inches of rain for the month is about normal. Woods and wetlands have standing water in the typcial low spots but no excess or unusual standing water. Soil is moist, but not excessively wet.  
1/18/2021  MA-NF-1 MANorfolk Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Precipitation over the past week totaled 1.31”, most of which fell on the 16th. Ground remains unfrozen thanks to recently mild days. Top layer of soil is somewhat moist. Levels on area ponds and lakes remain near normal for this time of year with no ice coverage.  
1/18/2021  MI-BN-5 MIBerrien Mildly Wet Agriculture
1 inch new snow  
1/18/2021  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
No rain or snow  
1/18/2021  MO-BY-25 MOBarry Mildly Wet General Awareness
Ground is muddy and soft when not frozen.  
1/18/2021  MO-BR-3 MOBarton Near Normal General Awareness
1-10 through 1-17. Precipitation for this period was 0.03. Snow has all melted and there is no standing water. High temp was 54 and low was 22.  
1/18/2021  MO-BN-50 MOBoone Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Melting 2.4 inch high water equivalent snowfall along with much above normal overnight temperatures has once again returned Ash Street garden and other central Boone county community gardens/small farms condition monitoring to an estimated 100% mildly wet.  
1/18/2021  MT-RT-5 MTRoosevelt Severely Dry Agriculture
If we don't get significant moisture in the next 3 months, we will have no hope of raising anywhere close to an average crop on this farm.  
1/18/2021  NH-ST-40 NHStrafford Near Normal General Awareness
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Abundant rainfall over the past month or so has brought surface waters back to normal levels. Snow cover was pretty much washed away with last heavy rain. Ground is frozen near the surface, but does not seems to be hindering excavation work. Ice fishing has started up on some of the smaller lakes and ponds. Despite the cold weather, I still have two pair of Eastern Bluebirds visiting the feeders.  
1/18/2021  NM-GR-28 NMGrant Moderately Dry General Awareness
Running drip when it is not too cold. Deer drinking bird bath water.  
1/18/2021  NY-ES-6 NYEssex Moderately Dry General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
Very little snow this winter.  
1/18/2021  NY-WN-18 NYWayne Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Conditions are slowly edging back to normal, but condition is between "Mildly Dry" and "Near Normal". Center of yard is still dry comparatively speaking. Sump pump is still activating and birds are taking advantage of water that is discharged.  
1/18/2021  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Cloudy and cold with a light breeze and steady snow flurries. The high temperature was around thirty three degrees and the low around twenty nine degrees Fahrenheit. Fields are snow covered with little ice. Songbirds are eating normal amounts of bird seed.  
1/18/2021  NC-DH-77 NCDurham Mildly Wet General Awareness
Ground is soft, but no standing water. Nearby branch of the Little Brier Creek running swiftly and clear.  
1/18/2021  NC-MS-18 NCMadison Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Ground continues to be slightly muddy. Springs still flowing well. Creek down a bit from last week. Shiitake mushrooms slowly fruiting and growing. Deer staying close in our cove. Raccoon footprints by the creek.  
1/18/2021  NC-MS-19 NCMadison Moderately Wet General Awareness
Fire
Water Supply & Quality
4 inches of snow fell over the past week with very little melting or evaporation. The fields remain saturated with water levels in creeks and springs at higher than normal levels. The risk of fire is esxtreme3ly low with the ground snow covered.  
1/18/2021  NC-WK-283 NCWake Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Typicla week - some days it was nice enough to work in the yard, others made the fireside much more inviting. While not any large rains the ground remains quite damp. Gardening is at a standstill, perfect time to clean up and get ready for spring. Good bird activity so my cats are entertained.  
1/18/2021  OH-FR-111 OHFranklin Near Normal General Awareness
1/10-1/16/21: Temps in the normal range. Rain/snow mix later in the week with a total of .20 of precipitation and only .1” of actual snow. Snow melted quickly during the day. Ground is hard in the morning, but wet and slightly spongy when temps warm in the afternoon.  
1/18/2021  OH-LS-23 OHLucas Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Sub soils still dry, ponds low , creeks have more water but not flowing, tile not running.  
1/18/2021  SC-RC-88 SCRichland Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
.49" of precipitation for the past week to report. Some days no rain but heavy dew combined with the frosty conditions to make for very damp starts to the day (doing little to add to the rain totals though). Some foggy starts and that moisture freezing onto exposed surfaces...icy car windshields to say the least. Some freezing around the edge of the pond but it's quickly dealt with when the sun hits, same with birdbaths. Lots of birds at the feeders and robins abound now and a bluebird couple I saw earlier in the week. Hawk activity all around. No deer sightings this week. That's all for now. Be safe everyone,mind the weather and stay upwind!  
1/18/2021  TX-CMR-85 TXCameron Severely Dry watering every other day  
1/18/2021  TX-TN-124 TXTarrant Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
This month continues dry. Only 0.08 has actually fallen in January. So no change in our drought status. Plants are dormant, thankfully. Birds and wildlife are doing okay here with food and water pants. Area lakes are holding steady with about half full and the others from 1-3.75 feet low.  
1/18/2021  WI-SW-9 WIShawano Mildly Wet General Awareness
Tourism & Recreation
Even though it is January, the top layers of soil are moist and feel soft at times in certain places. Snow is having a hard time building up and is impairing snowmobile trails, even though snow flurries and showers are abundant right now at this location.  
1/18/2021  WI-VR-1 WIVernon Near Normal General Awareness
Near Normal  
1/18/2021  WY-WH-13 WYWashakie Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Conditions remain severely dry as precipitation has been limited. Forecasted storms have amounted to very little substance. Warmer outside temperatures have encouraged folks to be out and a out a little more than previously, but Covid concerns exist in our community so many folks are still staying indoors and away from stores and restaurants. Temperatures overnight are typically below freezing so the ground us still frozen and some snow piles remain. Gutters and road sides are ice packed. Fire danger is high but luckily, very few thunderstorms with dangerous lightning.