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3/6/2021  AZ-SC-10 AZSanta Cruz Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Some new grass grow on hillsides. But it is mostly brown and dry. No rain for us. And a high fire danger. The deer are looking for something to eat.  
3/6/2021  CO-DG-176 CODouglas Mildly Wet General Awareness
With rain/snow mix on Thursday the ground is wet. Snow/ice remains in shaded areas. Maple buds are swelling and early crocus and snowdrops are blooming.  
3/6/2021  CO-DG-218 CODouglas Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Remaining at Moderately Dry but After weeks of dry weather we received 2 days with snow totaling 8" and almost 1" of precipitation! Longer days are bringing birds back that we haven't seen for a few winter months: house finches and nuthatches and woodpeckers and flickers.  
3/6/2021  CO-EP-371 COEl Paso Mildly Dry General Awareness
Very beneficial wet snow on 03/04/21 with an additional 0.15" of SWE. This snow with the previous snow event has significantly replenished the moisture content of the soil. Creek beds are flowing with snow melt and open drainage ditches have standing water. Next to where snowdrifts are melting, the soil is wet. Soil away from snow is very moist. We are in much better shape moisture wise than when we came into 2021.  
3/6/2021  CO-WE-424 COWeld Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
No moisture this week and temps heating up. Mountain snow pack below normal.  
3/6/2021  CT-MD-21 CTMiddlesex Near Normal General Awareness
Brooks and streams are flowing normal, ponds and lakes are full.  
3/6/2021  CT-NH-43 CTNew Haven Near Normal General Awareness
Lack of recent precipitation and the more gradual melting of the lesser amount of remaining snowpack has returned soil conditions to near normal from the recent mildly wet conditions. Ponding in nearby woods has all but disappeared.  
3/6/2021  CT-NL-21 CTNew London Near Normal General Awareness
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Since my last report on 2/21/2021 there has been 1.32" of precipitation. During the cold snap there where a lot of ice fishermen on the pond. This week there where 3 deer at the feeder, with a set of a mamma and baby bear paw prints in the muddy areas by the house. There is a constant variety of birds with at least 10 different types. There is also plenty of open H2O for all wildlife.  
3/6/2021  CT-NL-29 CTNew London Near Normal General Awareness
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Melting snow and above freezing temperatures have ushered in the 'mud season'. The soil above the freezing line is muddy along trails and unpaved roads. Streams and lakes have high water level.  
3/6/2021  DE-NC-10 DENew Castle Near Normal General Awareness
Springs flowing normally.  
3/6/2021  DE-SS-3 DESussex Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
2/28*3/6 saw 1.04" of rain. Field ponds and puddles diminishing some, being helped along by strong winds most of the week. Still much drying to be done for farming purposes.  
3/6/2021  FL-PB-106 FLPalm Beach Moderately Dry General Awareness
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Dry period continues with little rain this week causing even hardy weeds to show some signs of water stress. Moderate temps require smaller amounts of AC use.  
3/6/2021  GA-DK-51 GADeKalb Near Normal General Awareness
Things are mostly dried out.  
3/6/2021  GA-FL-23 GAFloyd Mildly Wet General Awareness
limited activities  
3/6/2021  ID-AD-9 IDAda Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
February 28 - March 6, 2021: only a trace of precipitation on the 28th followed by a dry week with variable weather--sunny to overcast, calm to windy (36 mph gusts on the 5th), cool to warming days and nights. The low temp. for Saturday (6th) morning was 46°F. Mountains are getting snow, and hopefully day and nighttime temps in the mountains stay cold so the snowpack doesn't melt. Golden current bushes have green leaves on the branches, crocus and early tulips are growing fast, grass in some areas is greening. Sandhill cranes may have been head on Friday as the migrated-- a few brief calls heard but the birds not seen.  
3/6/2021  IL-BN-19 ILBoone Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Snow pack has decreased about an inch a day over the last 2 weeks. Still about 4" of icy snow to melt. Most area fields are still 90% snow covered but some soil is now showing through. The next few days should really finish the snow melt. Not much runoff for all the melting, yet. My spring is showing slightly increased flow with the local creek not changing much as of yesterday. Same with area rivers.  
3/6/2021  IA-HR-16 IAHarrison Near Normal General Awareness
0.04 of precipitation last week, which fell in the form of of one inch of snow. Snowpack mostly melted last week, with only piles and drifts on North sides left.  
3/6/2021  KS-BU-25 KSButler Near Normal Water Supply & Quality
Nearby creek remains at normal level despite no measurable precipitation in the last month. Grass normally starts to green up about this time, so we'll see.  
3/6/2021  KS-DG-59 KSDouglas Mildly Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
The last two weeks have been warm and dry with only a trace amount of rain falling on two different occasions. The daily high temperatures have been well above normal for most of this fortnight with mostly sunny skies, so the grasses have dried out. Intensive prescribed burning on this past Wednesday and Thursday contributed to poor air quality.  
3/6/2021  KS-JO-53 KSJohnson Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
No precipitation for the past week. All looks normal for the end of winter.  
3/6/2021  KS-KW-2 KSKiowa Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
.58 rain and 60 degree temperatures this week is just what we needed to to kick start the plants. The animals are benefiting as well. Fire danger is likely to increase in the coming week if the forecast holds.  
3/6/2021  KY-BT-1 KYBullitt Near Normal General Awareness
No problems with the yard or garden....which was tilled yesterday.  
3/6/2021  KY-CM-3 KYCumberland Moderately Wet Agriculture
Heavy rain at start of week. 4.27 inches total. Drying out a little now.  
3/6/2021  LA-SB-2 LASt. Bernard Parish Near Normal General Awareness
The ground started to get good for planting some people did get some plants in the ground but most is waiting till this week. We had a lite rain yesterday evening but the wind and sun this morning will clear that up.  
3/6/2021  MD-HW-44 MDHoward Near Normal General Awareness
No effect  
3/6/2021  MA-BA-51 MABarnstable Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
looks good for this time of year.  
3/6/2021  MA-BE-21 MABerkshire Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Ground remains frozen and an average of 6.0" of snow on the ground. Birds are active and numerous. Total precipitation for the past week was 0.34"  
3/6/2021  MA-ES-64 MAEssex Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
.68 inches of rain the last week, still some snow on the ground and ground is still frozen. Some daffodils and hosta are showing.  
3/6/2021  MA-HD-28 MAHampden Near Normal General Awareness
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Received a little more than 1/2 inch of rain this week. Very windy on Tuesday night into Wednesday and lost power for about 90 minutes Wednesday morning. More wind on Friday. Have some patches of lawn with no snow given their location on the south side of the house, but snow remains in most of the yard. Yesterday afternoon, numerous Canada geese flying north were seen.  
3/6/2021  MI-BN-5 MIBerrien Mildly Wet Agriculture
frost am pm mud  
3/6/2021  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
No new precipitation.  
3/6/2021  MI-IH-32 MIIngham Near Normal General Awareness
Still some piles of snow where we had drifting. Creek level about normal. Still a couple of muddy spots in the driveway, and low-lying ground was a little spongy up until a couple of days ago.  
3/6/2021  MI-WS-11 MIWashtenaw Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Just traces of snow this past week and warmer temps have mostly melted our snow. Temps are higher and a few shrubs are starting to open, like witch hazels. Many snow drops in bloom, chipmunks are visible. Birds and squirrels active.  
3/6/2021  MI-WY-125 MIWayne Near Normal General Awareness
Near normal conditions.  
3/6/2021  MN-MW-8 MNMower Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Two weeks ago snowpack was 11.0" and one week ago 7.0", but today was 2.0" ~ the early spring warmth unusual and effective at wiping out our snow. As a consequence, roadside ditches have standing water. This does not mitigate the winter-long dry spell except by transient appearance of puddles, so I'm choosing Mildly Dry. Turkeys joined white-tailed deer and red fox this week in the yard. Birdsong exuberant. Turtle Creek at normal level for March. Saw a jogger in SHORTS yesterday!!!  
3/6/2021  MO-SG-5 MOSte. Genevieve Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Drier week, spring temps, spring peepers, shoots coming up, ponds still running out. Pastures dry enough to spread fertilizer in some fields. Lots of calving occurring.  
3/6/2021  MT-LC-19 MTLewis And Clark Near Normal General Awareness
Other than a few snowflakes last Saturday night, it has been dry at my station this week. Snow has all melted out. Just very small piles left here/there. Generally 20s at night and 40s/50s during the day this week. Everything still seems dormant. Ground just beginning to thaw out at the surface.  
3/6/2021  NV-CK-62 NVClark Severely Dry General Awareness
No rain for March to date. We should be at 1.30 inches for January and February. 0.40 actual rain for January.  
3/6/2021  NH-GR-1 NHGrafton Near Normal General Awareness
Still have healthy snowpack  
3/6/2021  NJ-MC-29 NJMercer Moderately Wet General Awareness
All snow except mounds made by the snow plows has melted. As a result the soil in neighborhood lawns is completely saturated. Walking across my yard is almost like walking on a wet sponge. Cold temperatures of late has minimized evaporative drying of the soil.  
3/6/2021  NM-BR-183 NMBernalillo Severely Dry General Awareness
Since last report, got some big snowy weather but not much water out of it. Nowhere near enough to pull us out of this deep a hole.  
3/6/2021  NM-BR-239 NMBernalillo Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
The last precipitation here was 16 days ago and the soil is very dry. Last night's wind left fine dust suspended in the air this morning which could be smelled but which was not detected by the air quality monitors. Many of the tree buds which opened last week seem half dead - small and sick looking. The deep freeze of Feb. 14 and/or the dry winter have affected them. Green plants which have appeared seem to have already stopped growing. The water supply is adequate, with only voluntary conservation efforts in effect. Sandia mountain snowpack is minimal; today is the last day of skiing there.  
3/6/2021  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Mostly sunny and cold with wind gusts putting small branches in motion, becoming overcast around sunset with fine, night time snow flurries. The high temperature was around twenty seven degrees and the low around seventeen degrees Fahrenheit. Songbirds are eating voraciously. Areas of ice cause hazards in stream crossings and field travel. A Skunk Cabbage was seen emerging.  
3/6/2021  NC-AV-7 NCAvery Near Normal General Awareness
Energy
Ground has dried out some during the past week. Creek level next to my home is flowing clear and normal. Solar production was up with more sun and longer days. Daffodils are beginning to show - spring is close!  
3/6/2021  NC-BC-105 NCBuncombe Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
a few days of dry weather and more in store and lots of wind, have moved us to mildly dry. Creek levels are dropping, farmers are planting, knowing that earlier than planned irrigation might be needed. Critters are hanging out at watering stations, fire danger increases with low moisture levels and lots of leaf litter. Covid restrictions becoming milder, tourists are at the ready.  
3/6/2021  NC-GL-16 NCGuilford Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Finally a period of nearly a week without much rain gave the ground a bit of a chance to dry out more.  
3/6/2021  NC-PR-5 NCPerquimans Near Normal General Awareness
No rain in gage this mourning. Weekly total was .06. February monthly total was 8.46". We have to go back to July of 2019 to have a larger monthly total which was 8.74".Grass is turning green and chickens are laying eggs. Ground is drying out. They are on the way. They are coming from Brazil.  
3/6/2021  NC-WK-6 NCWake Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
We are beginning to dry out following several reports of Mildly Wet conditions. Soils have firmed up and it is now safe to walk across the yard with no fear of getting mud on our shoes. We are seeing additional leaf buds on the trees accompanied by a profusion of spring flowers. The stream is flowing with clear water and the pond is full. There are some algae blooms on the pond and a few in the stream but the bottom remains clearly visible. We are seeing a great blue heron, ducks and geese on the pond each day. The smaller birds continue to flock to the bird feeders and we are seeing several blue birds at one time in the yard. The white tail deer continue to leave hoof prints in the backyard on their daily excursions.  
3/6/2021  OH-HM-24 OHHamilton Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
1.81 inches of rain in the past week on top of 1.54 inches of melt water from the previous week. Soil is saturated. Ohio River peaked at moderate flood stage this week. Several sunny days have allowed some drying to occur.  
3/6/2021  OH-HR-11 OHHuron Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
While we got only .26 in. of rain this week, the ground remains moist. Early [species] Crocus and Lenten Rose are blooming, and Skunk Cabbage is blooming in the woods. Our maple tree’s buds are much bigger and redder. Two bluebirds are frequenting the new mealworm feeder. On 3/5 a starling discovered the mealworm feeder and ate most of them. Four Cardinals come regularly now. I saw a robin in the crabapple tree on 3/6, and a Red-Bellied Woodpecker and Downy Woodpecker come often to the feeder with peanut pieces, and to the suet feeders. Four or 5 Blue Jays make short work of the unshelled peanuts each morning. There are House Finches and two Mourning Doves in the yard as well.  
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