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2/19/2018  CA-SD-90 CASan Diego Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Still no significant rain since early January. Has been unseasonably warm, which is drying out vegetation more than normal and requiring more irrigation. Have only turned off water to avocados once this year, whereas usually we have gone weeks without irrigation to them. There is some wildland fire hazard right now, when there usually is none this time of year.  
2/19/2018  CO-EG-21 COEagle Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Despite recent snowfalls we are well below our averages and the south facing slopes are brown and bone dry!  
2/19/2018  CO-HF-24 COHuerfano Moderately Dry General Awareness
5" snow helped slightly with moisture in the soil but then strong winds and low humidity took it away  
2/19/2018  CO-LP-42 COLa Plata Mildly Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
We have a little moisture which will improve conditions for plants and wildlife. If there is more moisture through the spring months it will really help to prevent wildfires.  
2/19/2018  CO-LP-70 COLa Plata Moderately Dry General Awareness
Humidity is up but ground still dry.  
2/19/2018  CO-LR-273 COLarimer Mildly Dry General Awareness
We dried out a little this week. Especially Sunday with temperature in the 60s and strong, dry winds. Our first brief episodes of blowing dust. But now we're super cold again. Overall, close to normal with no water shortages.  
2/19/2018  CO-LR-929 COLarimer Mildly Wet General Awareness
Ground damp when temperature is above freezing  
2/19/2018  CO-LR-1020 COLarimer Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Water Supply & Quality
Staying with moderately dry, yesterday afternoon mid 70s, cold today with light snow  
2/19/2018  FL-ES-26 FLEscambia Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Considerably warmer and wetter in the last two weeks...Total rainfall of 12.53 inches in this period...The grass is starting to green up, most trees and shrubs have either flowered or have leafed up.....Remarkably drastic and welcome changes in a short period....It looks like the "feast or famine" precipation pattern is continuing....Oh yes. It hasn't rained in 6 days...  
2/19/2018  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Mildly Dry General Awareness
66*F more sunshine, very warm.  
2/19/2018  GA-MI-5 GAMcIntosh Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
This report is for the week of 12-18 February 2018. We had a total of 0.21 inches of rain this week. The ditches around the county are still very full. This week's highlights were the daffodils are blooming, the blueberries are in bud with new leaves coming and the Cypress leaf nodes are swelling. I read last year's condition monitoring report and it appears that the plants this year are a couple of weeks behind what I reported last year.  
2/19/2018  IL-PT-6 ILPiatt Moderately Dry General Awareness
Society & Public Health
All of us farmers are worried that there won't be enough rain to have a good growing season. Trying to deliver grain to terminal and worried that the roads are not solid enough to support semi truck loaded with grain. Having heavy rain this morning.  
2/19/2018  IL-WL-63 ILWill Moderately Wet General Awareness
Ground is soggy from old snow and the rain that fell overnight. With 4.6" of snow melting and forecasts for heavy rain, I fear that the ground will not readily absorb all the moisture  
2/19/2018  IN-AL-5 INAllen Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
2/19/2018/0700... The soil has its normal hydration for this time of year. We are going from freeze to thaw the last several weeks with a little snow tucked-in here & there. Seeing more bird & squirrel activity; now I will have to watch for mole activity.  
2/19/2018  IN-DR-7 INDearborn Severely Wet General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
Flooding on all creeks and rivers including the Ohio River.  
2/19/2018  IN-HR-5 INHarrison Moderately Wet Agriculture
cow pastures are muddy and being cut up severely by their feet  
2/19/2018  IA-BT-11 IABenton Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
After receiving 7 inches of snow early in the week, snow remaining on the ground this last Sat was 3 inches. Now even that has almost disappeared. Unfortunately with the frozen ground, the moisture isn't soaking in. Temps have been extreme from near zero to upper 30's. It has been shared that the frost is 2 foot deep in areas.  
2/19/2018  KS-PR-17 KSPratt Severely Dry Agriculture
Last significant rainfall was 10/07/2017 which was 1.06 inches. On 10/15/2017 we had .09 inches. On 01/08/2018 we had .09 inches of moisture which was in form of snow.  
2/19/2018  ME-SM-3 MESomerset Near Normal Weekly total 3.4" snow = 0.32 SWE. Snowpack: 13.5" = 2.84" SWE  
2/19/2018  MD-CR-19 MDCarroll Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Water Supply & Quality
Since my last report I have received 1.09" liquid precip from either snow, sleet, or rain. My monthly total for February is 3.99." Thus I am above average for the month. Some muddy spots in my yard but they are not representative of the entire yard. Thus, I am reporting "Mildly Wet" this week.  
2/19/2018  MS-TL-1 MSTallahatchie Severely Wet Agriculture
Water standing on top of the ground can't take anymore water crops and gardens was being planted this time last year  
2/19/2018  MT-JF-1 MTJefferson Moderately Wet we had snow and even rain for two weeks. the snow events or the wettest part of our year is just beginning enjoy  
2/19/2018  NM-BR-256 NMBernalillo Mildly Dry Moderately dry. Winds are starting to pick up this AM, predicted 25-30 sustained from the SW with increasing moisture.  
2/19/2018  NM-CL-14 NMColfax Moderately Dry Fire
Eastern Colfax County is under a fire ban.  
2/19/2018  NM-DA-46 NMDona Ana Moderately Wet General Awareness
Typical multi-day cloudy/rainy period for this time of year. 0.02" one day, 0.78" the next. Had been over about a month since last percipitation. since  
2/19/2018  NM-GR-28 NMGrant Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Pulling out weeds because the ground is saturated after four days of rain, each approx. .5 to .8  
2/19/2018  NM-OT-46 NMOtero Moderately Wet We finally got some rain -- a nice gentle, all day, all night soaking rain -- not the wild thunderstorms we usually have. On Tuesday last week we had 0.02, on Wednesday 0-17, and Thursday a whopping 1.05 inches!  
2/19/2018  NM-RA-22 NMRio Arriba Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Had .14" last week but have had winds drying thing out again. wildland fire on Sunday north of reporting station.  
2/19/2018  NM-SR-31 NMSierra Mildly Wet Fire
We are getting some rain, but need more, and less wind.  
2/19/2018  NM-SR-34 NMSierra Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Nearly an inch of slow falling rain has helped the spring outlook for the area. Not even the week of wind that we will have this week will dry the ground out completely. Water penetration has been very good from the storm.  
2/19/2018  NM-VL-30 NMValencia Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
After very light rain over several days, the soil surface is sry but the soil is slightly damp below the surface and at least 6 inches down.  
2/19/2018  NC-DR-65 NCDare Mildly Wet Agriculture
Business & Industry
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
warm day, dreary, foggy over the sound vis 1 mile or less conditions allowing work but not good for tourism. no rain, wind or flooding. low fire danger.  
2/19/2018  NC-DH-48 NCDurham Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
During the past week, we received 0.35 inches of rain and had a one day high in the low 80's. The low wet spot is puddled as the rain has turned to drizzle. The Forsythia is budding and starting to send out new leaves. They have not unfolded. The figs in containers are starting to bud. The birds are "noisier" in the morning. We have seen Robins (males and one female) near our feeders.  
2/19/2018  NC-GL-16 NCGuilford Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Just general conditions.  
2/19/2018  NC-MS-5 NCMadison Moderately Wet General Awareness
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
It was another wet week with 1.45" of rain and some rain every day. The toe of the hill is weeping; the soil is soft. The temps are mild with a high of 73° and no freezing. The wood frogs had another orgy day and laid eggs in the pond. Yellow crocuses are blooming. Daffodils have buds. The first wildflower--a tiny, alien mustard called Whitlow grass--is starting to bloom. Despite the rain, the French Broad River has dropped to 4,000 cfs. Perhaps an indication that most rain is soaking in. Our microhydro is running at full. Our drinking spring remains at excellent quality and quantity.  
2/19/2018  OH-DR-17 OHDarke Near Normal Agriculture
Some of the small amount of rainfall in past week flowed off of frozen soil and was not allowed to be "stored" for 2018 corn and bean crops.  
2/19/2018  OH-LS-23 OHLucas Near Normal moisture conditions are near normal, temps have been from deep freeze to mild, and snow to rain.  
2/19/2018  OR-CK-5 ORCrook Mildly Dry General Awareness
Small quantities of moisture in the last week have not been significant enough to get our area back into normal. Temperatures are projected to be well below normal for the remainder of the week.  
2/19/2018  OR-YM-7 ORYamhill Near Normal General Awareness
Had snow and cold temperatures this weekend. Unusual for this time of year. The cold night temps are supposed to last all week.  
2/19/2018  SC-BF-50 SCBeaufort Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Only 0.02" rain in the past week. Temps have gone into the 80's at least a couple of days. There is abundant tree pollen. Spring has arrived! Very tempting to start new plantings.  
2/19/2018  SD-MD-38 SDMeade Moderately Dry Agriculture
Dec. and Jan. were dryer than normal, without much snow. Now in Feb. we are seeing a lot of snow. Not much moisture in it, but normal. Normally the creek flows past our house and waters the cows. The creek hasn't run water for the last two years. Dams are dry or low some dugouts have water that is undrinkable. The TDS number last summer was in the 7000 to 9000 numbers. We were in the drought designation of D3 the last two years and we will be there again if things don't change.  
2/19/2018  TN-WN-90 TNWilson Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
After a near normal start of the year the rainfall has increased recently and is forecast for additional amount later in the week. Tot. precip for Feb to date = 8.39"  
2/19/2018  TX-BND-23 TXBandera Near Normal General Awareness
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Consistent daily precipitation measuring in 100ths of inch. Grass shoots beginning to show in open areas. Overall greening of open areas where dry winter ground cover isn't above 2 inches. Mild temperatures permit reduction of energy use days and evenings. Birds using feeders somewhat less as weather warms.  
2/19/2018  TX-CMR-85 TXCameron Mildly Dry watering yard and plants as needed  
2/19/2018  TX-DN-53 TXDenton Moderately Dry General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
Although we did receive some rain in the past week, it was only .48 inches plus a couple of Trace measurements so it didn't really make a difference in the overall conditions. The landscape is still dormant so not really able to judge based upon that. Local pond levels are still low. I did not make my usual foray to the local large lakes so unable to comment as to whether those levels look down any further than they were last week. I did break down and irrigate my home landscape earlier in the week.  
2/19/2018  TX-EL-48 TXEllis Near Normal Plants & Wildlife
Foggy  
2/19/2018  TX-MCL-18 TXMcLennan Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Fire danger concerns  
2/19/2018  TX-TN-124 TXTarrant Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Although forecast to be getting rain the next few days, we're still very dry. Plants and trees will soon begin budding and subsoil moisture is dry. The past 4-5 months have see below average precip. Birds are plentiful around my feeders. Fire danger is moderate now with strong winds, but damp grasses the next few days. Area lakes continue mostly 1-4.5 feet low with little changes recently.  
2/19/2018  WA-TH-28 WAThurston Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Winter weather is back with freezing temperatures at night. Lots of snow in the mountains with some down to sea level. Did hear more birds this week. Concerned about the plants that were beginning to bloom. How long will this cild spell last. Weeks precip 1.18"  
2/19/2018  WI-DR-11 WIDoor Mildly Dry General Awareness
Tourism & Recreation
Milder air. Current temperature: 34. Slight snow melting. Still much snow on ground except on roads.