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5/19/2019  AZ-NV-7 AZNavajo Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Typical seasonal dryness, roads and trails all dry with light dust. Green-up is progressing but cool temps are slowing everything down. A few small wildfires.  
5/19/2019  AZ-NV-42 AZNavajo Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Unsettled weather continued this week with cooler than normal temperatures. A thunderstorm on Monday resulted in some heavy rain and hail which shredded some leaves but the damage was minor. A couple of days after Monday had a trace of rain. Saturday saw a low of 31° which did some damage to some new spring growth. Also very windy most of the week.  
5/19/2019  AZ-PM-323 AZPima Near Normal Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Received rain in May. Last year there was zero precip in May. I garden and am watering normally. Desert wild plants blooming and looking healthy.  
5/19/2019  AZ-YV-142 AZYavapai Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
[for the week of 5-12 thru 5-18] A mixed bag this week; a little rain w/thunder (0.06" on the 12th), then somewhat hot, and then a cold finish. Low temps for the week ranged from 32 up to 46. High temps ranged from 66 up to 85. Granite Creek is still flowing at about 4 ft wide and 1" deep at my local crossing.  
5/19/2019  CA-MD-17 CAMendocino Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Tree and shrubs are bent over from the rain storm, an unusually high amount of rain for this time of year here. I won't be able to turn the garden soil for awhile because it is far too wet, but as we could still get a frost that is ok. This will mean more growth of the grasses to weed whack for fire safety.  
5/19/2019  CA-OR-42 CAOrange Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Two unusual systems came through the Orange County area twice this past week. The first system dropped .27 inches of rain. The second system dropped .17 inches. My rain total for the year is 21.29 which far exceeds any previous years of my reporting rain totals. Wow! No watering of plants/lawn is needed for the next week. The soil is slightly moist. More rain expected in the next week.  
5/19/2019  CA-SD-12 CASan Diego Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
This location has a water year total of 20.41" of rainfall to date, while the average is 14.98 (Prism data) for total annual. Water Balance for this location is + 1.73" since October 1 2018. Eleven days in May have had measurable rain at this location. This must be an anomaly. The result of course is that the landscape is green and snails are marching in mass, mostly heading westerly direction. Two swarms of honey bees were observed leaving the main hive for sweeter pastures in the last week. The last swarm got caught by the rain and is hanging out in an avocado tree doing their best to stay dry.  
5/19/2019  CA-YL-21 CAYolo Moderately Wet General Awareness
After several weeks without rain and April much dryer than usual, this week brought just over 2.5 inches of rain (about 4 times what's normal for the entire month of May). And just minutes after making today's observation, another band of rain is passing through. I haven't been aware of any roads flooding, but the ground was well dried out before the first storm arrived. The standing water in the ditch by the road did take a day or two to sink in between storm systems.  
5/19/2019  CO-LP-74 COLa Plata Moderately Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Moderately wet in that this level of soil moisture is higher than normal for May in this location over that past 20 years on our farm. Moisture present at least down one foot in garden, unirrigated fields have more veg growth than normal, irrigation ditch still running strong with about 240% of average snow water equivalent at 10200 foot SNOTEL gauge at headwaters of our La Plata River. Cool temps slowing down our planting, but with the moisture, we feel fortunate nevertheless. Fortunate also that the cooler temps are keeping the snowmelt rate moderate -- for now at least!  
5/19/2019  CO-LR-273 COLarimer Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Finally some warm weather this week the company by a few light showers. Now it’s chilly and damp again. Overall, near normal for this time of year in terms of soil moisture, green vegetation, and surface water supplies. Still haven’t planted the garden due to cool soils. Lilacs now in full bloom a bit later than usual.Rivers were rising after three days of hot weather this week but now they’re retreating a bit again. Mountain snow in the forecast for the next two days  
5/19/2019  CO-WE-424 COWeld Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
moisture reflects spring conditions - cool weather and a shower now and then.  
5/19/2019  CT-TL-27 CTTolland Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Measurable rain has occurred on 10 of the past 14 days, depositing a total of 2.21 inches of rain. The result is that the already wet conditions have persisted. At the time of this report, no puddling is present, but some areas of lawn remain soft, and soil surfaces generally are wet. Lawn and plant appearance is rather lush.  
5/19/2019  FL-CY-38 FLClay Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Need to water the garden twice daily now, and are being warned of elevated wildfire risks. Water in the birdbath is drying up almost every day.  
5/19/2019  FL-DV-13 FLDuval Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Here at the beach we are back to being very dry. Last beneficial rainfall May 6th.  
5/19/2019  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
68*F Partly cloudy skies, with a high temp of 93*F expected. Winds: ESE at 3 mph with gusts of 8 mph.  
5/19/2019  FL-LK-5 FLLake Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Near-avg rainfall and temperatures for the month so far are maintaining 'near-normal' landscape conditions. Daily, supplemental irrigation is required even though the rainfall events are significant, but continue to be few and far-between. Grasses beginning to look parched. Lakes & streams still appear to be at a level typical for this time of year. Red-Flag Warnings issued for parts of ECFL yesterday likely are to continue as hot and very dry conditions are expected for the remainder of this month and the first half of June.  
5/19/2019  FL-OR-40 FLOrange Moderately Dry High pressure dominating, clear skies and heating up.  
5/19/2019  FL-PT-9 FLPutnam Mildly Dry General Awareness
5-5 through 5-18. Rain for the two weeks was 1.46, 2.20 for the month. No rain for six days.Grass growth has slowed. Roads are dry and dusty. The lake level dropped two inches these two weeks. High temp was 94 and low was 61.  
5/19/2019  GA-LB-4 GALiberty Moderately Dry Plants & Wildlife
Having to water plants and vegetables for lack of rain . Less than 1 inch in 30 days.  
5/19/2019  ID-AD-9 IDAda Mildly Wet General Awareness
May 12-18, 2019. A little more than 1.0 in. total precip, occurring over Thursday and Friday. Dry and warm before Thursday. Cold (50's) after Wednesday. Unusual week. Little rain for the past month then 1 in. in two days. Soaking rain has perked up all the plants. Grass grew 2" between Tuesday and Saturday. Foothills are still green. Cold rainy days were snowfall above about 6,000ft-- ridges along the foothills and peaks above are covered in white again. Birds and insects are busy, so many shrubs and gardens are blooming. Pine pollen was extreme early in the week. Everything covered in a mist of yellow pollen.  
5/19/2019  IL-CR-13 ILCarroll Severely Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Still seeing water in the fields, can't do planting as ground keeps getting rained on, have flats of plants waiting to be planted. Have recorded rainfall on 12 days of this month so far.  
5/19/2019  IL-CP-1 ILChampaign Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Mostly dry and warm weather the past week - only about 0.30" rain. Ground is still saturated in spots. Planting started in some area fields late this week.  
5/19/2019  IL-KN-67 ILKane Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
The ground is saturated and there are large pools of standing water in open fields.  
5/19/2019  IL-LS-34 ILLa Salle Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
We had 1.66" of rain this week, T-storms, a couple of tornado warnings, a little high wind. Local gardeners are having a challenging time trying to plant our gardens between storms, and the mud is sticky. I'm nine days behind my usual annual planting schedule, so far, with many new plants aging in their nursery pots, waiting to go into the ground. I haven't seen any planted farm fields yet. The grass is growing too fast to keep up with mowing adequately between storms. The local bird population (sparrows, robins & doves) seems denser than usual, and I'm seeing more assorted butterflies than usual, too. The Illinois River is way over its banks.  
5/19/2019  IL-MCL-2 ILMcLean Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
We were fortunate in our area that not as much rain fell this week as did North and West. Actually had a sprayer out in the field across the road this morning. But creeks are still up somewhat and there are wet spots in low lying cropland.  
5/19/2019  IL-ME-9 ILMenard Mildly Wet General Awareness
Menard Co., IL, May 19, 2019: Things are finally starting to dry out.  
5/19/2019  IL-TZ-26 ILTazewell Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
This week saw some farm field work start even though I received 0.44 inches of rain including yesterdays fast moving storms. Areas around me however got much greater amounts of rain. My pond and area creeks are normal and the Illinois River continues to go down but slowly. My grass is growing very fast and I am having trouble keeping up. I was able to get some radishes and kohlrabi seed planted in my garden before the rain yesterday. I have garden plants growing in pots waiting for warmer and dryer weather. I think that I will keep my assessment at Severely Wet because of the wet year we are having, the continued rains, and the greater rainfall around my location.  
5/19/2019  IN-BN-53 INBoone Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Again, almost an inch of rain this week kept ditches and fields from drying out much. It is getting hard to figure out what the "normal" really is.  
5/19/2019  IN-LP-65 INLa Porte Moderately Wet General Awareness
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Midweek was without precipitation. Sunday and Thursday had heavy rains. Temperature wise week started of cold, in the forties, Thursday was hot reaching the seventies, Friday fell to the forties then rose to the eighties on Saturday. Our Pampas grass begun sending up shoots. Seen some Flies around.  
5/19/2019  IN-OW-9 INOwen Near Normal General Awareness
Normal conditions, no adverse affects  
5/19/2019  IN-WL-14 INWells Moderately Wet General Awareness
yard is still wet, fields muddy but not as much standing water. Wind is helping to dry the surface.  
5/19/2019  IA-HY-1 IAHenry Severely Wet Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Ground is saturated. No field work is being attempted. Driving vehicles across lawns and lots leaves ruts. In order to load livestock I had to turn around on the road and back down the lane being careful to not leave the tracks or the trailer would sink in the mud. Cows are not coming in to get water as there is adequate water to be found in puddles in the pastures. It only takes a tenth of an inch of rain to cause pooling and initiate run off. Have received 7.50" since April 28th.  
5/19/2019  IA-TY-2 IATaylor Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Farmers were able to get in one or two days of planting. Not a lot of rain, but soil is saturated so it does not take much rain to keep every one out the field. Those who did get into fields had to work around wet spots. Pastures and hay ground look good. Just need a few more days of sunshine.  
5/19/2019  IA-WR-5 IAWarren Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Climatologically this location is around normal for rainfall. It has rained practically everyday in the last two weeks however, with about 4.2 inches. This is after a fairly dry April. Farmers have not had much access to fields this past week, maybe an afternoon and evening to plant. Estimate 50% has been planted, and that maybe high. Ponds are filling and the South, Middle and North rivers are running bankfull. The Des Moines river at Hiway 69 was falling but is now bankful with the rainfall this past week. Significant swings in temperature occurred this past week with lows in the 30s on Monday to a record high of 93 on Thursday. Grass is practically jumping out of the ground growing so fast. If the rain keeps up, Mildly Wet is close on the horizon.  
5/19/2019  KS-BR-7 KSBrown Severely Wet Agriculture
No planting activity for several weeks  
5/19/2019  KS-SN-37 KSShawnee Moderately Wet Plants & Wildlife
We are back to saturated ground due to recent rains. Sun is out this morn and we’ll take that ahead of what looks like a lot more rain coming this week. Have 75% of my garden in, but won’t be dry enough to get back in there for at least several days after the rain eventually stops. Am hoping by next weekend, but who knows.  
5/19/2019  LA-OC-5 LAOuachita Parish Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
A week of no rain has seen a drying out of soil, although farmers are still behind in planting due to wet field conditions. River, lakes, and bayous are still well above flood stage, with little expected drop over the next few weeks.  
5/19/2019  LA-SB-2 LASt. Bernard Parish Near Normal General Awareness
We started out really wet the canals all filled like I have seen in years. The water was pumped out from the levees and they got the water levels to normal which let it dried out good  
5/19/2019  ME-HN-57 MEHancock Near Normal General Awareness
no adverse conditions noted  
5/19/2019  ME-LN-1 MELincoln Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
precipitation was about normal for the past week but ground/soil remains wet. Stream is somewhat above normal for this time of year.  
5/19/2019  ME-SG-16 MESagadahoc Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Frequent light rain has greened the grasses and the trees are slowly leafing out. Cold has slowed the process down and by appearance it looks like the start of May. Sheet ice damage is becoming apparent in blueberry bushes that lack buds. Peas and greens have been planted but most of the garden awaits warmer soil. Alwives are yet to run as the water is too cold.  
5/19/2019  MD-HR-23 MDHarford Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Water Supply & Quality
This past week had above and below normal temps. Weekly Precip total was 1.90"...2019 Precip totals are higher than last years record precip at this time in May. There are few sunny days. Perennials are either not coming up or don't look too good. Fungi are in mulch and parts of lawns. Mold counts are high affecting my Asthma. A break in the Rain this weekend allowed outdoor activities. My lawn has some patches of Red Thread.... Surface soils are damp... Soil Temps rose from surface down to 8 inch depths but fell slightly at all other depths...Soil Moisture fell slightly at 6 inch depth and rose at all other measured depths. **High Centibar Readings mean drier soil...ie; 0 = Saturated Soil..120 or above = Severe Drought **Current Soil Readings @ 7am: Surface Soil Temp: 60F...Grass Temp: 58.2F... 6 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 64F...Soil Moisture: 10 Centibars.. 24 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 61F...Soil Moisture: 06 Centibars.. 36 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 56F...Soil Moisture: 16 Centibars.. Area farms were spraying this past week. Birds were active at the feeders. 2 Bog Turtles were seen. The pair of Bald Eagles were not seen. All the Bluebird boxes have resident Bluebirds. Turkey Vultures have taken to perching on my roof and the farmhouse across the road... Creek Status: Water is clear.. Water Level & Flow are normal. Heat was needed last Sunday night thru Tuesday morning with lows in the low to mid 40's and highs barely reach 50F during that time period.  
5/19/2019  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
.50 inches of rain overnight.  
5/19/2019  MI-LN-16 MILenawee Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Finally had a stretch of drier weather with about average rainfall for the week. This has allowed the overly saturated conditions to become right about neutral. Finally was able to plant outside.  
5/19/2019  MI-WY-125 MIWayne Mildly Wet General Awareness
Mildly wet conditions.  
5/19/2019  MN-HN-128 MNHennepin Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Several days of rain this past week. Areas of standing water and cooler temps prevent fast drying. Over and inch of rain since Thursday, with high amounts still expected. Trees are nearly to full bloom (leaves) and grass and smaller vegetation is thriving. Haven't been able to mow because of damp conditions.  
5/19/2019  MN-LY-3 MNLyon Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
fields continue quite wet-some corn in area has been planted but quite a bit more still needs to be done-also highs the last few days only in mid 40s. very little garden planted.Creeks and rivers very high  
5/19/2019  MN-MC-7 MNMcLeod Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
We have had an additional 1.26" since last Sunday (May 12). 0.95 of that was since Friday. There are puddles everywhere and the frost boils on the gravel roads are getting worse again. Fieldwork, including some planting had begun the early part of the week but now everything has come to a halt again. Ditches and rivers are not at their highest but they never get a chance to really go down.  
5/19/2019  MN-OL-18 MNOlmsted Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
~ 2.5" of rain over the last week. Today's report: 44°, 96% humidity, overcast with mist/drizzle and 5-10 mph NE winds and a good air quality index of 4 at 6 a.m. observation time. 2.33" since storms began at 9 p.m. 5/18/19.  
5/19/2019  MS-CH-3 MSCoahoma Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Weekly precipitation is 1.10 inches. Planted several hundred acres of cotton this week. Very soft everywhere and muddy with water in spots.