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10/20/2018  CO-DG-176 CODouglas Mildly Dry General Awareness
After a hard freeze and first snow, weather is mild. Growing season is over, but ground is dry.  
10/20/2018  DE-NC-10 DENew Castle Near Normal General Awareness
Springs flowing normally.  
10/20/2018  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Near Normal General Awareness
73*f partly cloudy skies. A 20% chance of rain. A high temp of 88.  
10/20/2018  FL-MR-65 FLMarion Mildly Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Another dry week. No measurable precipitation. Grass is brown plants drying up when not watered. Dirt roads kicking up dust when driven upon. 0.50" of rain for the 1st 20 days of Oct. PRISM historical AVG. for OCT. 2.87" at my location.  
10/20/2018  ID-AD-9 IDAda Near Normal General Awareness
Oct. 14-20, 2018: no precipitation. Cold AM and cool daytime temps. becoming warmer through the week. Some frost damage to very sensitive garden plants. Oaks continue to cascade acorns but the chestnut tree has mostly dropped all nuts. Beginning garden cleanup of dead and frosted plants plus the seemingly endless clean out of tree nuts before they sprout. Sunflowers, jerusalem artichoke, morning glory, and decorative potato vines are gone. Grape leaves are yellow or brown;only a few begonias can be saved. Most trees show yellowing leaves. Foliage change is probably at it's peak here now. Warming nights and days will be changing soon with the possibility of rain again. Still watering lawn an garden areas because it has been nearly 2 weeks since the last rainfall. Change in weather patterns in the last 2 days has brought inversion air quality to the valley--smoky and hazy everywhere. Birds are eating a lot of seed.  
10/20/2018  IL-CK-154 ILCook Near Normal General Awareness
Fall rains have arrived. Leaves finally starting to turn colors.  
10/20/2018  IL-GY-27 ILGrundy Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Nice rains last week, cool wrather, Lake level normal  
10/20/2018  IN-MR-155 INMarion Near Normal General Awareness
Lawn and garden plants and weeds are normal for the time of year. Weeds pull easily.  
10/20/2018  KS-BU-25 KSButler Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Soil remains damp but no more standing water. 1.32" rainfall this past week. Well above normal for the month and the year. Vegetation going dormant with hard freeze earlier this week.  
10/20/2018  KS-JO-53 KSJohnson Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Plenty of ground moisture. Grass seed sowed to fill in lawn dead spots from summer drought growing strong.  
10/20/2018  KS-KW-2 KSKiowa Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
.20 rain this week and a killing frost keeps everything damp. Wheat is up and looking good, the trees are starting to turn and fall harvest is well underway. Some fields are muddy from last week's 4.83 inches of rain.  
10/20/2018  MA-BA-51 MABarnstable Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
ground is damp enough that we are getting alot of mushrooms growing up in the grass  
10/20/2018  MI-LV-15 MILivingston Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Periodic rain fall this week coupled with cold mornings has ushered in fall. The lowest reading I got was 25º on Thurs. morning. Live leaves were falling from the cold temps. It looked like a green snow storm.  
10/20/2018  MO-NW-4 MONewton Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Rain this week is bringing us back to normal ranges. however we are still under the average rainfall for the year. Wildlife is active with deer in the yard as well as the groundhogs foraging. Fire danger is low.. Winter weather is not far off. Shoal Creek is running full. We have had the first light frost of the season, but not enough to kill off summer vegetation.  
10/20/2018  MT-GN-11 MTGallatin Near Normal No noticeable effects.  
10/20/2018  NH-GR-1 NHGrafton Near Normal General Awareness
No change from last week  
10/20/2018  NH-RC-17 NHRockingham Near Normal General Awareness
Cool days, showers occasionally, leaves are falling...so far a quiet fall. Almost all of NH is drought free so far.  
10/20/2018  NM-SC-49 NMSocorro Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
No rain at our address so normal. Ground hard again. Plants act like winter coming and feels like that.  
10/20/2018  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Mildly Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Partly cloudy to cloudy and mild, with a light breeze, becoming overcast with rain during the night. Causing continued loss of herbs to old.  
10/20/2018  NC-SM-13 NCSampson Near Normal Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
We are still below our normal rain  
10/20/2018  OH-HM-24 OHHamilton Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
0.34 inch of rain over the past week. 0.63 inches of rain in October (20 days) after 11.49 inches of rain in September. Rain is much below normal but effects are greatly tempered by the fact that September was excessively wet and soils on October 1 were saturated. Lawns remain green. No drought effects noted.  
10/20/2018  OH-HR-11 OHHuron Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
The weekly rain total is .06. The last 2 tomato plants have been pulled, and despite giving away bags of green tomatoes, I still have plenty left. The paste tomatoes had hard green shoulders all summer (the first time this variety has done that), but that has gone as the weather cooled. The last of the potted plants are indoors. Birds are looking for water in the birdbath, so I think I should fill it until colder days and empty it late each afternoon. I am seeing more birds in the feeders and on the lawn — sparrows, mourning doves, blue jays.  
10/20/2018  SC-AK-75 SCAiken Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
NWS COOP STATION GNTS1 During Hurricane Michael, this station received 3.58 inches rainfall. This surpasses the daily rainfall accumulation record of 3.47 inches (Hurricane Irma 11SEP18). Rainfall for October is 3.99 inches which is +0.8 inches above normal. Rainfall for 2018 is 51.94 inches which is +6.59 inches above normal. Since 11OCT18, this station has received no measurable precipitation. Local conditions are NEAR NORMAL. Some pine needles and leaves are falling due to the recent FROPA (COLD FRONTAL PASSAGE) which occurred at 12:30 AM Thursday morning 18OCT18. Evapotranspiration rates have ranged between 0.08 to 0.12 inches. Due to our first freeze which normally occurs in November, I will stop reporting ET November 1st. Soil Temperatures (4" and 8" depths) have fallen into the 70's. USEPA PM2.5 Air Quality Index readings have been in the GOOD range.  
10/20/2018  SC-RC-12 SCRichland Mildly Wet General Awareness
In the 8 days since TS Michael we've received 0.05". Groundwater from our perforated drain has stopped. The lawn looks healthy.  
10/20/2018  TX-BND-55 TXBandera Severely Wet General Awareness
Fully saturated. Lived here 15 years and don’t recall it being this wet for this long. Medina River USGS gauge at Peterson Street is at 6.41 feet this morning versus 5.60 feet this time last week.  
10/20/2018  TX-BXR-331 TXBexar Moderately Wet General Awareness
daily rains; ground muddy  
10/20/2018  TX-HYS-133 TXHays Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The creek is at normal levels for this time of year. The ground is spongy full of water. All the fall/winter plants have flowered out and new grasses are abundant. Acorns have been dropping from the trees. Deer and other critters have scarce in the yard near the house which means there is plenty to eat.  
10/20/2018  TX-VV-16 TXVal Verde Moderately Wet General Awareness
We have had moderate to light rain all week and the ground is saturated.  
10/20/2018  TX-VV-34 TXVal Verde Moderately Wet General Awareness
Some sprinkles continue. Stratus overhead and light NW winds. Ground very saturated. DRT reported 0.21" over past 24 hours. Over 21" so far since end of July - second wettest season on record - 1st being 1998 with Charley.  
10/20/2018  VA-PN-2 VAPrince Edward Mildly Wet General Awareness
Low areas waterways above normal levels  
10/20/2018  VA-PW-13 VAPrince William Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
The FoxMill Weather Station temperature-compensated soil moisture tension readings at the 3 and 5 inch levels are 8 and 9 centibars respectively in Buckhall clay loam with 3.7% fine gravel/particulates and 3¾ inch mowed dense fescue overcover where the ground sensors are located. Ground temps at the same depths are 60°F and 61°F. Soil moisture education note: Barring a torrential downpour resulting in standing field water, the soil moisture levels at 3 & 5 inches in the station’s Buckhall clay will lag rainfall by 12 - 30 hours due to the fescue moisture uptake and slow percolation in the clay soil. Levels at 8 & 16 inches are relatively stable. A total of 0.29 inch of precipitation recorded in the past seven days since the last Condition Monitoring Report was submitted. Weekly evapotranspiration (ETo) total was 0.31 inch resulting in a 0.02 inch ground moisture deficit. Row crop harvesting is progressing on well-drained and tiled soils where the ground is firm enough to support wheeled and/or tracked equipment. The harvesting priority has shifted to corn shelling since the quality of soybeans is very low as discussed in previous weekly reports and the market price for even good-quality soybeans is very close to the production costs. Little to no profit in soybeans this year after a large majority of the planted acreage was flooded out in May and had to be replanted. This morning’s weighted soil-moisture tension readings puts us in the “Mildly Wet” range as defined by CoCoRaHS. October totals to date: Precip 1.76 inch; ETo 1.04 inch resulting in a monthly ground moisture surfeit of 0.72 inch at FoxMill which correlates nicely (high R^2) with the observed soil moisture readings after accounting for the last precipitation type, weighted rate of fall, amount, duration, surface water runoff, ground temperatures, ETo and the previous 30 day rolling measured data. Yearly moisture through this morning: Precip 54.89 inches, ETo 25.69 inches, resulting in a surfeit of 29.20 inches. NOTE: Dulles Airport 30-year historical precipitation average is 41.80 inches for the year. FoxMill Weather Station (VA-PW-13) provides detailed ground moisture information (including evapotranspiration plus multi-depth soil temperature and moisture readings) on a *daily* basis in the CoCoRaHS Daily Precipitation Report ”Observation Notes" section which is updated at 6 a.m. by the duty observer. Data reported by: observer2 (ampersat) foxmill.us at FoxMill Weather Station, Saturday, 20 October 2018.  
10/20/2018  WY-WH-13 WYWashakie Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Only snow left is in shades areas of where it was piled from plowing. Colder temps took out what was left of flowers and gardens. Trees are in need of deep watering before winter is here to stay.  
10/20/2018  CAN-AB-54 CANAlberta Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
started feeding cows on Oct.2 because of snow plan to quite feeding cows this week .if the weather holds grass has started to grow again.ducks and geese have left for the south.still see the odd gopher that is still out  
10/20/2018  CAN-MB-43 CANManitoba Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
0.21 inch precip this week, water table steady and is 12.6 inches below 5 year average. Had some warm days, low humidity and high winds drying the soil surface and allowing farmers to finish their harvest.  
10/20/2018  CAN-MB-63 CANManitoba Near Normal Plants & Wildlife
garden is moist at least 6" from the surface. Frost has claimed the leaves etc.  
10/20/2018  CAN-MB-201 CANManitoba Moderately Wet General Awareness
soild is quite wet  
10/20/2018  CAN-NS-103 CANNova Scotia Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Tourism & Recreation
We had lots of rain this week and the ground is staying damp. The humidity has been high and so no drying of the land. Lake is just about back to normal and the brooks are flowing well.  
10/20/2018  CAN-ON-210 CANOntario Mildly Dry Agriculture
digging in the dirt repairing field tile the soil is not wet.  
10/20/2018  CAN-ON-466 CANOntario Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
With an accumulation of 5.2 mms for the week, we are near normal. Fields workable......leaves falling and cool temps....no frost yet.  
10/20/2018  CAN-ON-525 CANOntario Near Normal General Awareness
Conditions have maintained a somewhat normalcy here this period with alternating days of rain and sun. Some snow has occurred but wit above freezing temps no accumulation other than on non-organic surfaces.