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7/16/2018  AL-JC-12 ALJackson Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
No major impact now.  
7/16/2018  AZ-NV-7 AZNavajo Severely Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Short term moisture is near normal, long term moisture is still very short. Small springs and creeks are still dry or nearly so, ponds are still dry, lakes still very low. Vegetation is starting to green-up. Frequent wildfires which still exhibit erratic behavior not characteristic with current moisture.  
7/16/2018  CA-SD-90 CASan Diego Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Temperatures were a bit more moderate last week, and no rain. Returned to normal irrigation schedule. Vegetation continues to dry out, except where we're irrigating.  
7/16/2018  CO-CR-12 COCrowley Severely Dry We had .10 yesterday between two showers. You can still kick up the dust just walking across the yard. Fire bans, brown vegetation, pond completely dry, more wildlife looking for food and water, upper 90 degree to over 100 every day. Today is our last forecast chance this week.  
7/16/2018  CO-GN-59 COGunnison Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
0.85" of rain in the past week has allowed grass and plants to grow again. Creeks are still very low (some are completely dried up). We are not out of the drought woods yet, but it's sure looking better around here.  
7/16/2018  CO-HF-24 COHuerfano Severely Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Monsoon moisture has arrived but it has a lot to make up for. The Spring Fire is 91% contained leaving charred hillsides just waiting for a flood. Animals are arriving in town and it won't be a good fall for food for them. A little water in the intermittent pond next door but not enough to bring out the toads. Still on voluntary water retrictions  
7/16/2018  CO-LP-98 COLa Plata Moderately Dry General Awareness
It has rained now at least a T 11 days in a row. Still nowhere near average or replenishing the ground moisture but a welcome relief.  
7/16/2018  CO-LR-1100 COLarimer Mildly Wet General Awareness
We received 0.48" of rain this week (normal value for this week of July is 0.32"), which fell at a slow, steady rate. For July to date we've totaled 1.91" (290% of average). Temperatures were in the mid- to upper 90sF on a few days, but winds were modest leaving ground conditions mildly wet for this time of year.  
7/16/2018  CO-WE-528 COWeld Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Just enough moisture for a second cutting of hay  
7/16/2018  CT-HR-60 CTHartford Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Received 0.12in on Saturday into Sunday but that has been the only rain in the last 2 weeks. The lawn has browned and gone dormant where we haven't watered. Most of our hydrangeas need to be watered or their leaves will be withered beyond help. Fire pond in our front yard shows signs of drying. Its level is lower than usual. I had to add water to the pool for the second time this season. Its level has dropped several inches in the last 2 weeks. Bullfrogs seem to be quieter at night now, but the very large snapping turtle is still hanging out in the pond. We had a large black bear enjoy our trash by actually coming into the back of the garage (both cars were in there) and pulling a few bags of trash out to the driveway. That was in broad daylight (10am Sunday).  
7/16/2018  CT-NL-21 CTNew London Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
With the lack of rain the grass has turned brown except where it is in contact with the water table. The corn field next door is not growing as fast as when it rains more frequently. The wildlife has started to be seen around Hopeville Pond. The near by campgrounds seems to be fairly busy with people enjoying water activities, even with the lowering water level due to the lack of rain.  
7/16/2018  FL-HB-3 FLHillsborough Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
75*F partly cloudy skies, a 30% chance of showers and thunderstorms. A high temperature of 92*F.  
7/16/2018  FL-VL-5 FLVolusia Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
No substantial rain since 3rd week of June. Grass is browning and stunted, plant leaves wilting even at night, potted plants need watering twice daily.  
7/16/2018  IL-MCH-80 ILMcHenry Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Ground is hard and some browning of lawns but for the most part plants still looking un stressed. I am sure the soil is still damp below grade with all the rain we had in June  
7/16/2018  IL-WF-14 ILWoodford Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Pasture is green and shows minimal growth. Creek levels are at normal to slightly elevated for this time of year. Crop progress is good.  
7/16/2018  IN-KS-32 INKosciusko Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Corn curling from drought stress. Leaf dieoff noted in a few trees. Tippy river streamflow very low. Residential lawns brown and dormant.  
7/16/2018  IN-LK-68 INLake Mildly Dry General Awareness
I have been out of town for (3) days & it has rained once but the temp has been in the high 90's and very humid. The lawns could use more rain along with the other plants & bushes.  
7/16/2018  KS-SG-116 KSSedgwick Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Going with near normal. Have received nearly two inches of rain over the weekend. Ground is nearly saturated and vegetation is green and healthy.  
7/16/2018  ME-WL-26 MEWaldo Moderately Dry General Awareness
Still dry, dry, dry! Minimal rain, experiencing only localized thundershowers. The soil is very dry and when we have limited downpours, the runoff is substantial. Have taken to watering garden every 2-3 days. Additionally, we have had a summer weather pattern where temperatures will increase to the 90's, thunderstorms will occur, the air will clear and we have beautiful dry weather for a short period.  
7/16/2018  MD-CR-5 MDCarroll Mildly Dry 10 days of high heat and no rain is starting to show in the lawns and curled leaves of the corn.  
7/16/2018  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
We could use more rain. Getting quite dry.  
7/16/2018  MI-HL-4 MIHillsdale Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Really need rain, crops are calling for it, farmers are irrigating daily.  
7/16/2018  MI-OW-14 MIOttawa Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Only 0.02 inches of raining in the past 20 days. None water lawns are brown in the area. Non watered corn in the fields are curled up tight. We need rain.  
7/16/2018  MI-OW-47 MIOttawa Moderately Dry We have not had more than .05 inches of rain all week. Most non-irrigated lawns are fully dormant. Most non-irrigated crops are looking very stressed. Creek and stream levels are very low.  
7/16/2018  MI-VB-2 MIVan Buren Mildly Dry Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Lawn is 75% brown, some of the trees are dropping their leaves.  
7/16/2018  MO-CR-13 MOChristian Severely Dry Agriculture
we live just south of Nixa MO. Hot, little and spotty rain. Grass isn't growing. Most of our cattle are in Reeds Spring south of here. Even less rain, no grass growing, ponds dangerously low. We will have to move the cattle here where we can water with a well and feed hay IN JULY. Can't find more hay so if we don't get rain we will have to sell off cattle.  
7/16/2018  MO-FSA-051 MOCole Severely Dry Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Pastures are dried up. Feeding hay is common. No rain and hot temperatures and decreased water supplies from ponds etc.  
7/16/2018  MO-OR-25 MOOregon Severely Dry Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Sold calves early so we would not have to feed hay. Ponds are drying up.  
7/16/2018  MO-OR-26 MOOregon Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Pastures are burning up, will start feeding hay to cattle this week. No measurable rain for quite some time.  
7/16/2018  MO-OR-27 MOOregon Severely Dry Agriculture
There is not enough moisture. Spring fed creeks are dwindling, pond levels are extremely low. Pastures as you drive across are extremely dusty! No grass or vegetation is able to cover the ground because it is burnt to a crisp.  
7/16/2018  NJ-SM-65 NJSomerset Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Hot and dry weather the past week has definitely dried things up. Lawns are showing signs of stress. Major rivers and streams are still flowing normally for this time of year. Farm fields are dry and dusty however, corn looks good and green. Wildlife is abundant and active.  
7/16/2018  NM-DA-198 NMDona Ana Near Normal General Awareness
Our monsoon season has finally started. 2 weeks past the average start date. 1.52 inches of rain in the last week!!  
7/16/2018  NM-SF-55 NMSanta Fe Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
We are so desperate for rain. We haven't had normal grass growth in 3 years. Our horse pasture is worthless. We look like a brown crispy wasteland.  
7/16/2018  NY-WN-18 NYWayne Severely Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
No precipitation in ten days is taking its toll on the lawns and the garden. Nightly watering is required for the tomatoes and flowers. Have not mowed the lawn in a couple of weeks. Water advisory has not been submitted but if we don't get precipitation, it can be expected.  
7/16/2018  NC-DH-48 NCDurham Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
In the past week, we received only a trace of rain. The low wet spot is grayish brown and is showing signs of cracking. No foot print could be made as the ground is hard. The Forsythia leaves are showing signs of starting to wilt. The Shagbark Hickory nuts are about 34 mm in diameter. The Pyracantha berries are close to 4 mm in diameter. The grapes high up are being eaten by the birds. The Rose bush has but 2 flowers left. The Crepe Myrtles are blooming and growing more flowers. The Glossy Abelia has been losing more flowers than they are growing. The Gardenia has two flowers on it. The cherry tomatoes are maturing and are being harvested.  
7/16/2018  NC-GL-16 NCGuilford Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
The inch of rain we had over a week ago was not enough to keep things growing well. The corn in the neighbors farm looks severely damaged.  
7/16/2018  NC-MS-18 NCMadison Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The combination of days of sun and 0.8 inch of rain this week kept the garden soil moist enough to not need watering. After last night's 0.32 inch of rain a small amount of water is standing in low places. One spring is half-ful and one creek is flowing fairly well. The blueberries and wineberries are about finished for the year. The triple crown thornless blackberries are abundant. The garden is producing healthy greens, squash, tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers. The deer are coming out into the open with small fawns. The birds are numerous and thankfully catching lots of flies.  
7/16/2018  NC-PT-57 NCPitt Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
No significant rain here in a while. Soil is dry. Plants are showing stress.  
7/16/2018  NC-WN-25 NCWilson Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
The corn and Tobacco crops near my home are well into browning already, and the corn does not look nearly as tall as it usually gets by this time of year. I have avoided burning my yard debris pile for over a month now because of the lack of moisture in the area.  
7/16/2018  PA-BR-2 PABerks Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Despite submitting a CM report yesterday at the usual time of week, submitting again only 24 hours later because of unexpected significant change. Thunderstorm complex Sunday morning brought an inch (1.01) of much-needed rain which provided lawn grass and other plants the drink they needed. Thus, the surface condition has returned to near normal. Meanwhile, some up-county locations were inundated again resulting in moderately to severely wet, including again hardest hit (up to 4") Upper Tulpehocken Township. The 1.01 here will be counted with the week ending 8 AM next Sunday morning.  
7/16/2018  PA-BR-35 PABerks Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Nearly two weeks of no significant rain: most corn looking quite stressed around the area, then a nice big thunderstorm Sunday morning and things look happy again.could use another 1-2" to be 'normal' however.  
7/16/2018  SC-BF-23 SCBeaufort Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
This was a bit of a wet week with a t/storm during the evening of Friday the 13th. This cell on radar looked like one big ameba with a bright green spot in it’s stomach.. that would be our GPS position spot. It turned out it was not food but a drain plug and it drained that thing of 1.35” of rain in one hour. 5:45-6:45 PM. It wasn’t much bigger than the green spot when it finally crawled away. Never have I ever seen anything like that. And only a distant pop and rumble with a few gusts of wind and that was it. Just nice moderately heavy rain. Then the next evening at 4:45 it sort of happened again but we only got 0.34” but the other Cocorah on the N. end of the island got 0.86”. Only a glancing blow. The garden looks better after all that. Yard long beans, Arugula and radishes. The pears and Japanese persimmons are coming along just fine. The figs did not do well with the cold winter. I was hoping they would. So it goes. Lots of tourists so business is good. The turtles are still slow and last evening we had a 9.5’ tide that came over the dunes and turtle nests and may have an impact on the hatch. We’ll have to watch that one. It’ll be what it’ll be. That’s it mates.. until next time, get out there and take a walk in the woods… cheers to ya..! Daufuskie Dundee.  
7/16/2018  SC-GV-60 SCGreenville Mildly Dry We basically had no rain since the 4th of July. Plant growth has slowed as evidenced by the lawn. Soil is quite dry and drip irrigation is being done daily on the garden.  
7/16/2018  SC-SM-1 SCSumter Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Grasses, plants and trees all exhibit normal growth for this time of year with no grass or leaf stress. Having to cut the grass of my yard every 10 days due to accelerated growth of the Bahia grass stalk. Total rainfall for the month to date is 2.15 inches which is 0.69 inches above what I had on July 16, 2017. My year to date total for 2018 is 26.57 inches. July 16, 2017's year to date total was 30.18 inches so I am 3.61 inches below what I had last year which was considered an above normal year for rainfall. My January 01 to June 30 rainfall total for 2018 is 24.42 inches. This is 2.02 inches above Shaw Air Force Base's January 01 to June 30 mean rainfall of 22.40 inches. 2017's January 01 to June 30 rainfall total was 28.72 inches and I am 4.30 inches below that total. My rainfall totals to date do not support the moderate drought (-2.0 to -2.9 Palmer Index) the Weekly Drought Severity Index by Division ending July 07, 2018 indicates for this area.  
7/16/2018  SD-PK-6 SDPerkins Near Normal We were needing the shot of rain on Saturday afternoon and night. Pastures were getting dry. Haying is moving along. Not as many bales as there could be, but a good crop.  
7/16/2018  TN-FK-6 TNFranklin Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Not an overabundance of rain, but seems slightly higher than normal. Haven't had to water anything so far, crops looking really good.  
7/16/2018  TN-MD-1 TNMadison Near Normal Over two inches (2.10") of rain in the past 24 hrs. Hot period the previous 9 days with little rain. Heavy rainfall rain off the hardpan soil.  
7/16/2018  TX-CMR-85 TXCameron Near Normal watering as needed  
7/16/2018  TX-KN-119 TXKendall Moderately Dry General Awareness
Grass is brown, area stock tanks are empty or near empty, ground is dry and dusty. Creeks are dry and the Guadalupe River is moderately low and the level has been gradually falling.  
7/16/2018  WA-KG-225 WAKing Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Still no rain this month and the irrigation system is working overtime in our yard with a record heatwave over the weekend. Grasses are turning yellow and are heading toward brown territory soon. At least there's no smoke like there was last year.