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6/15/2019  AZ-SC-10 AZSanta Cruz Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Soil dry, hillsides brown, not much forage for cattle and a high fire danger.  
6/15/2019  CA-MD-17 CAMendocino Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The grasses are turning brown, and we are gradually catching up with whacking down the tall grasses closest to our living areas (fire control). The soil is getting quite hard in unwatered areas. The flow in Cahto Creek is slower now; I still see tiny fish but algae is also starting to grow and soon we will not be able to go into the waters. I need to water my gardens on a very regular basis now.  
6/15/2019  CA-OR-42 CAOrange Near Normal General Awareness
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
No precipitation in the past week. It was quite warm at the start of the week, low 90's, but temps dropped back to the mid 70's during the day as the week progressed. All mornings start off with the usual June Gloom overcast while afternoons see sunshine. I'm having to water non-drought plants & lawn 1-2 times a week which will continue through the summer months. Unless it gets really warm/hot, I will not water the native plants unless they are looking like they need it. Birds still very active in the California Native yard.  
6/15/2019  CO-DG-176 CODouglas Mildly Dry General Awareness
Clouds and thunder almost everyday, but no rain. Some trees: oaks, locust are still in spring green and catalpas haven't budded yet.  
6/15/2019  CO-DG-218 CODouglas Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Remains at Normal for this time of year, and for the first time in several years we are not concerned about water restrictions this Summer. This week had 4 days of measureable, if minimal, moisture. But things can change quickly. Tomato plants are growing now that lows are around 50 each night. Large yellow butterflies are just beginning to appear here at our station elevation 6200 feet.  
6/15/2019  CO-GR-52 COGrand Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
The weather has been drier so far this month, which is typical of June in this area. I was prepared to put us in the "normal" category, but yesterday afternoon we had 0.17" of rain/hail, so I will keep us in the mildly wet category. Vegetation is still very green and is growing well. Neighboring hay fields are looking good so far.  
6/15/2019  CO-WE-340 COWeld Near Normal Agriculture
Throughout the spring we have received enough precipitation that we have not had to irrigate our hay.  
6/15/2019  CT-MD-21 CTMiddlesex Mildly Wet Plants & Wildlife
Garden and plants do not need to be watered  
6/15/2019  CT-NL-29 CTNew London Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Frequent rain limiting rain limiting outdoor activities. Mowing lawn more frequently. No need to water outdoor plants. Fewer tourists at beach, outdoo attractions.  
6/15/2019  DE-NC-10 DENew Castle Near Normal General Awareness
Springs flowing normally.  
6/15/2019  DE-NC-64 DENew Castle Near Normal General Awareness
Tourism & Recreation
Beautiful High pressure. Nice breeze. Comfortable.  
6/15/2019  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
75*f mostly cloudy skies with a 40% chance of rain. A high temp of 91. Winds: ENE at 5 mph with gusts of 6 mph.  
6/15/2019  FL-LK-5 FLLake Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Plentiful rain during the first half of June (3.64") has improved landscape conditions from 'mildly dry' to 'near-normal'. Irrigation is significantly relaxed. The landscape has returned to a lush green and no Red-Flag Warnings have been issued this month, so far.  
6/15/2019  FL-MR-65 FLMarion Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
1/2 through the month we are a little above PRISM Average for rainfall at my location 4.07 " through 6/14. With typical heat and humidity plants and grasses are growing well. Starting to get mushrooms popping up in areas of my yard...  
6/15/2019  ID-AD-9 IDAda Mildly Dry General Awareness
June 9-15, 2019: a total of 0.04 inches rain measured on Wednesday June 12th. Brief showers in the evening and overnight. 95°F high for the day on Wednesday,then cooling slightly. Reservoirs are full but much of the high elevation snow has melted. Flowers and shrubs and garden plants are blooming. Serviceberry (June berry) fruit is ripe and birds are rapidly eating them. Peonies and old roses have been blooming for a week. Grass is still growing rapidly.  
6/15/2019  IL-CK-154 ILCook Mildly Wet Ground starting to dry out  
6/15/2019  IL-DP-79 ILDu Page Moderately Wet General Awareness
no effect  
6/15/2019  IL-GY-27 ILGrundy Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Lakes are still very high,rivers have receded,crops are getting mudded in, some fields are not getting planted. Trees and pants are lush and full, heavy, heavy cottonwood year  
6/15/2019  IL-TZ-26 ILTazewell Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
For the week I received 0.52" of rain from the last few days and it is still raining. I am going to move my condition up to Moderately Wet but just barely considering the very wet year we are having. The week was a great week for our farmer friends who have been in their fields non-stop. Most crops are up and looking good, but there are some portions of fields that have damaged wet areas. My garden plants are progressing very well and I am getting very nice green onions. The pond is clearing up, now that the inlet flow has slowed down, so I put dye in the pond which always makes it look really good. I was able to catch up with my yard work this week but now we are having a rainy weekend and maybe rain next week too, so I will be behind again with my mowing.  
6/15/2019  IN-AL-42 INAllen Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Still overly damp, but no longer in the "Mildly Wet" category. Some agricultural planting is underway, but way behind normal schedules. Several farmers have been forced to replace planned corn planting with other crops.  
6/15/2019  IA-DV-2 IADavis Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Tourism & Recreation
field work was widespread this week. Lawns and forage crops have slowed growth some what. Outdoor activities were busy.  
6/15/2019  KS-BU-25 KSButler Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
1.05" since last week. Ponds/creeks are back down to normal but soil remains damp, though there's no longer any standing water. Vegetation is about as healthy as I've ever seen it here.  
6/15/2019  KS-JO-53 KSJohnson Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
The soil has moisture in it, but surface cracks are beginning to appear in some places where the soil is exposed. All the vegetation looks healthy.  
6/15/2019  KS-KW-2 KSKiowa Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
.57 rain this week, most of it last night. Baled hay for 3 hours before rain started. Wheat is ripening nicely and looks excellent, should cut in 2 weeks or so.  
6/15/2019  KY-CM-3 KYCumberland Mildly Dry Agriculture
1.49 inches of rain this 7 period. Mildly dry hay fields.  
6/15/2019  KY-KN-15 KYKenton Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Plant growth remains vigorous with no need for supplemental watering. The soil is moist but not wet.  
6/15/2019  LA-SB-2 LASt. Bernard Parish Mildly Dry General Awareness
This week has been hot and dry the humid was lower the normal first part of the week which dried the ground more. We should get into the dally showers.  
6/15/2019  ME-HN-57 MEHancock Near Normal General Awareness
no adverse conditions noted  
6/15/2019  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Over an inch of rain overnight.  
6/15/2019  MI-IH-32 MIIngham Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
About 1.5" of rain over the week. Ground is not excessively wet but there are a few places in the lower garden area that have to dry out before they can be tilled.  
6/15/2019  MI-WS-11 MIWashtenaw Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Two heavy downpours in the last week have given us almost 3" of precipitation to date for June, which is much less than other parts of the state have gotten. Temps still on the cool side, which is good. Everything is growing. Wildlife active.  
6/15/2019  MI-WY-125 MIWayne Moderately Wet General Awareness
Moderately wet conditions.  
6/15/2019  MN-MW-8 MNMower Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
What a difference one week makes! It has been sunny and breezy and the pervasive wetness has mostly dissipated. I watered the lawn once. The retention pond behind my yard has lost most of its water, and I no longer hear the amphibian chorus. No further firefly sightings this week. Copious dust flies up on the gravel road. Outdoor events in the community have gone on as planned. Corn and soybean fields are finally planted, two weeks later than historical average, with good germination. Standing water has evaporated except in the lowest low corners of some fields.  
6/15/2019  MN-PN-17 MNPine Near Normal General Awareness
Woodland vegetation and the lawn is lush and green. I did have to water the garden twice this week before the rains. The ditches are normal and Pokegama Lake has receded back to it's normal banks.  
6/15/2019  MN-SW-3 MNSwift Mildly Wet Agriculture
just had more rain last night. crops beans are emerging corn is coming up v2-v6 beans are at 1st 2nd trifoilate chemicals are working 1st crop hay is cut corn beans prices rebounded finally  
6/15/2019  MS-LY-4 MSLafayette Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Soil moisture is good  
6/15/2019  MO-NW-4 MONewton Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Less rain this week and most of the flood warnings have been lifted. Hay cutting is underway as the fields will allow. Shoal Creek is running bank full. Fire danger is low with the high humidity and intermittent rains. Vegetation is growing rapidly with a little more sunshine.  
6/15/2019  MO-SG-5 MOSte. Genevieve Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Been out of the country for awhile. Crops and pasture look fine. Haying proceeding. Grass heads are maturing. Seeds will fall out while processing. Wheat harvest beginning. Second highest flood on record crested last week. River hardly falling. River and creek bottoms most probably won’t be planted this year.  
6/15/2019  MT-MH-6 MTMusselshell Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Lots of water fell, almost 2 inches. Some hail pounded the ground and plants but at this location damage was minimal. Plants should recover well.  
6/15/2019  NH-GR-1 NHGrafton Near Normal General Awareness
Everything seems fine, grass is green, rivers and lake seem normal. Have had some real cool weather, so gardens seem to be behind schedule  
6/15/2019  NH-RC-17 NHRockingham Mildly Wet General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
Looking forward to a week with a chance of showers every day! It's definitely been a cool spring and as we go into summer it's going to be the same. Grateful not to have drought, at least.  
6/15/2019  NM-BR-239 NMBernalillo Mildly Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Soil is somewhat dry due to the heat of summer and only 0.04 inch of rain over the last 2 weeks. Growth has slowed for plants, but plants and trees are healthy. There is no blowing dust during strong wind. The dewpoint has been higher than average since June 1. There are no fire restrictions in effect.  
6/15/2019  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Mildly Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Mostly cloudy and breezy to mostly sunny by mid-day and warm, becoming overcast overnight. The high temperature was around sixty eight degrees and the low around fifty five degrees Fahrenheit. Planted hay is about 4 inches tall (a month behind).  
6/15/2019  NC-HK-3 NCHoke Near Normal General Awareness
Could use more rain  
6/15/2019  NC-OR-41 NCOrange Mildly Wet General Awareness
This week we had a total of 3.95” of rain. The brown grass from last month’s dry period has changed to vibrant green. The Eno River where I walk is up to the bank and most of the rocks are below the surface. Compared to dry May when the level was low enough to expose many rocks and it did not reach the normal banks. And compared to April when we had 4.5” in less than two days and the Eno flooded over the banks. Good news is the Eno did not flood from recent rains because they were spread out over days.  
6/15/2019  NC-PR-5 NCPerquimans Near Normal General Awareness
No rain today but it has rained 9 of the last 10 days. .65" this week and .67" last week. Rain has saved our counties corn crop. My grass has changed colors from brown to green and I even had to cut it. Even with the rain I have seen the bottom of ditches I have not seen in a long time.  
6/15/2019  OH-DR-17 OHDarke Mildly Wet Agriculture
There is still some corn and soybeans to be planted, especially in the low ground "wet spots".  
6/15/2019  OH-HS-3 OHHarrison Near Normal General Awareness
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Temperatures range from mid 50's overnight to low 80's during the day. Window AC used during most days when temps reached low 80's. Grass growth steady with one cutting this week.  
6/15/2019  OH-HR-11 OHHuron Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Water Supply & Quality
We got 2.48 in. of rain this week. The Joe Pye Weed is at least a foot taller than last year. The spiderwort is a mass of blooms. The Lance Leafed Coreopsis is in bloom. So far the tomatoes and herbs are doing well, but we live on a slight slope and don’t have standing water. Area fields have standing water here and there. Cows and horses in pastures are sleek. A blue jay has become a regular visitor to our peanut feeder. We still see Downy, Hairy and Red-Bellied Woodpeckers regularly, too. On 6/13 a Redwing Blackbird came to the peanut feeder; that’s the first time we’ve seen one at any of our feeders. No hummingbirds at that feeder yet, and Baltimore Orioles have stopped coming to the orange half with grape jelly. Goldfinches and House Finches continue to come to the seed feeder and the peanut feeder.  
6/15/2019  OR-CC-66 ORClackamas Mildly Dry General Awareness
Though 0.65” of rain fell June 7-8, 2019 this is the only precipitation to have fallen since May 27, 2019, a period of 19 days. Skies have been mostly clear during this mainly dry period, along with 2 days of record high temperatures and low relative humidity, allowing for greater evapotranspiration. Grasses are beginning to brown where not watered regularly. Though we’re moving into our dry season, we did experience an unusual 2-week dry period beginning in late April which stressed new leaf growth on more-recently established trees and plants.