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4/21/2024  AL-WN-7 ALWinston Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Grass and other plants are lush and green and water bodies are normal to above normal. Pollen and dust amounts are normal for this time of year with amounts reduced due to recent rain.  View
4/21/2024  AZ-NV-42 AZNavajo Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Last week was dry with no precipitation falling. It started off windy with high temperatures in the 60's except for a high of 56° on Monday. Then the winds calmed down and highs rose into the 70's. The high of the week was 74° on Friday and Saturday. Lows were mostly in the 30's and 40's except for a low of 27° on Tuesday. Most plants are at least coming out of dormancy now including the Honey Locust which is budding. Harvesting asparagus daily now. The surrounding open wildland areas continue to put forth new green growth. Have seen a large frog in the pond every day and many different types of birds (robins, finches, black birds, etc) in the yard.  View
4/21/2024  AR-PL-1 ARPolk Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Conditions are near normal and we’ve had 0.40” of rain this week and 5.02” in the last 4 weeks. Soil moisture and water levels are average and plant growth is normal for this time of year. Most trees are fully leafed out. Temperatures have been warmer but did cool off a bit this weekend with highs in the upper 50s and low 60s for highs and lows in the 40s. There is low fire danger at this time.  View
4/21/2024  AR-SL-42 ARSaline Near Normal Plants & Wildlife
Recent rains have promoted flowering of trees and wildflowers. Birds are nesting and raising their first broods.  View
4/21/2024  CA-HM-5 CAHumboldt Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
A warming, dry week with several days in the 70s. ETo was 0.39” with only 0.19” of rain. Many migrating birds passing through, offering lots of singing. A local resident with what I call the Yard of a Thousand Poppies is in full bloom and a delight to pass by every day. This week the California Fish and Wildlife released almost 500,000 salmon into the Klamath River, just below the old Iron Gate Dam. 90,000 fall coho yearlings and 400,000 fall Chinook fry entered the now free-flowing Klamath, and when they return they will be the first of what is planned to be many to repopulate the river under the new conditions. Later this spring another release of 1.75M fall Chinook smolts is planned. All of the Native American tribes participated, knowing the river will soon become like the river their ancestors once knew.  View
4/21/2024  CA-MD-42 CAMendocino Near Normal General Awareness
Definitely a dry April so far but already reached normal for the water year. Puddles have dried up. We are still hearing frogs tho, which we only do when there is sufficient water around. Not dry enough that we have to water anything except potted trees and plants.  View
4/21/2024  CA-MD-45 CAMendocino Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Only a small amount of rain in the week since the last report. The soil is drying out, except for the remaining low boggy areas. Not much in the farmer's markets in the way of produce as yet, except for those with hot houses. But, most trees are leafing out well and the pines are generating their pollen, as my nose can tell. The ocean conditions were milder, allowing for some water sports and fishing. Lots of tourists in the area, enjoying the mild sunny weather.  View
4/21/2024  CA-OR-67 CAOrange Near Normal General Awareness
At 2:00 PM: A beautiful, clear, warm sunny day. Calm with an occasional pleasant breeze.  View
4/21/2024  CO-DG-329 CODouglas Moderately Wet Ground wetter than normal due to rain/snow mix past 3 days; blooming-type trees now showing beginnings of leaves and have moved past the 'budding' stage; ground-cover plants continuing to get greener; used the heat in the house a bit more late this week due to chilly/damp wx  View
4/21/2024  CO-EP-449 COEl Paso Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Some relief in the dryness over the last 4 days, temps in the 30s-40s, and 0.17" of precip. Ornamental pear trees are flowering. Lawns without supplemental watering haven't turned any greener this week.  View
4/21/2024  CO-GF-88 COGarfield Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Storm clouds the last 2 days with about 12 drops.  View
4/21/2024  CO-HF-24 COHuerfano Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
warm and windy the first part of the week with a couple of days of red flag warnings for fire weather; Brown Thrasher bird noted at bird feeder; weather turned cldy and cool toward the end of the week with small amts of rain and some Thunderstorms; almost all trees and shrubs are partially leafed out with lilacs close to blooming  View
4/21/2024  CO-LR-1272 COLarimer Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Landscape looks Near Normal, though Data Explorer for my station shows below normal precipitation for Month(April)-to-Date: 32%, Water-Year-To-Date 64%, and Year-to-Date 66%. Soil seems wet and grasses are beginning to green up. Currant buds are swelling and Aspen have catkins. Wyoming ground squirrels are up and foraging. Deer, elk, and wild turkeys are wandering the neighborhood. Most snow pack is gone except in the more heavily wooded areas on north-facing slopes. Snotel sites in my drainage are at normal SWE for today.  View
4/21/2024  CT-NL-56 CTNew London Near Normal General Awareness
There is still standing water in near-road poor drainage areas, but walking outside no longer involves squishing and sliding, and the garden soil holds together but does not drip water when squeezed  View
4/21/2024  FL-BY-24 FLBay Near Normal General Awareness
Business & Industry
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
We had no precipitation this past week, however, there is a good chance of some rain today. The break in the rain has come at a good time as we needed to dry out a little. Nothing else has changed over the past week. All other conditions have remained the same, including the fire threat. Have a great upcoming week!  View
4/21/2024  FL-BW-167 FLBroward Moderately Dry General Awareness
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Extended dry period with unirrigated landscapes showing browning and wilting vegetation. Temps are increasing seasonally requiring more AC use.  View
4/21/2024  FL-DV-13 FLDuval Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
First dry week in quite some time.  View
4/21/2024  FL-OR-40 FLOrange Near Normal General Awareness
Dry the entire week with high temperatures and windy.  View
4/21/2024  GA-CO-3 GACook Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
6" soil temp 72.3 F. 6" soil moisture 40 %. Most ponds are full and wet lands covered but lowering.  View
4/21/2024  GA-FN-11 GAFannin Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Even though the rainfall has been near normal, It has been windy with low humidity.. feeling almost arid with the sun baking everything. My perennial plants that are coming out of the ground look wilty in the afternoon.  View
4/21/2024  GA-MD-5 GAMcDuffie Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Plants remain good & pond remains high.  View
4/21/2024  HI-KI-2 HIKauai Near Normal General Awareness
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Back to normal weather pattern for early summer - dry! Morning temps increasing so dreading the soon to be upon us hotness...  View
4/21/2024  ID-BK-27 IDBannock Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
General Agriculture: We're still having some snow melt in the fields, and have seen some soil loss (nothing like last year). Our moisture is exactly equal to the 25 year uncalibrated average, so hopefully we'll have a good crop year. The neighbor farmers use no-till practices, so the moisture is retained better, as well as the soil. Fire: Risk is rising, of course, as we dry out. Plants/wildlife: New animal this week is frogs! We have frogs in our back pond. The pond is temporary (used to be "permanent," back in better moisture days ~ 22 years ago). It dries up fairly quickly, so we haven't had frogs in quite a while. Frogs are a very welcome sound! Here's the list of birds so far this spring: Birds as of April 21, 2024 American Crow Black-billed Magpie Common Raven Red-winged Blackbird Bullock’s Oriole American Robin Black-capped Chickadee Pine Grosbeak (maybe) Dark-eyed Junco Northern Flicker Downy Woodpecker Starling Pigeon Sandhill Crane Wild Turkey Great horned owl Turkey Vulture (maybe) Western Meadowlark Mallard Duck Snow Goose Canada Goose Red-tailed Hawk Cooper’s Hawk Sharp-tailed Grouse Ring-necked Pheasant Song Sparrow Bald eagle Pine Siskin Killdeer Hairy Woodpecker Gray Partridge Mountain Bluebird The bug list includes lotus butts (stink bugs, although they smell a little more vinegar than stink),ladybugs, carpet beetles, oat bugs, flies, paper wasps, moths, earth worms, hobo spiders) Water: We have good average snowmelt (still flooding at the Portneuf River, which all of our creeks feed).  View
4/21/2024  IL-AD-16 ILAdams Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
We had a couple of very nice and welcomed rains this week totaling about 1.25. We have been getting these occasionally but have noticed after a few days of dryness and since fields are worked for crops that they dry up quick after these rains. So, more would be very beneficial for quite some time since we had such a dry period for so long for over a year now. More rain is in the forecast for this week. Cross our fingers.  View
4/21/2024  IL-CP-1 ILChampaign Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
0.53" rain this week on two different days. River and pond remain higher than normal, ground still muddy. Precip is 132% of normal for April so far. Grass is growing, weeds are proliferating. Some spring planting has started in this area.  View
4/21/2024  IL-DP-189 ILDu Page Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Soil is no longer saturated near the surface. Digging for planting garden plants I encountered only somewhat moist soil in the upper several inches. Grass and other plants growing well. Almost all spring plants have reached the surface and are actively growing, just a few late spring plants remain.  View
4/21/2024  IL-GY-37 ILGrundy Near Normal Agriculture
Soil surface is generally dry with minimal remaining ponding yet significant subsoil moisture. Frost this morning with 30° at 6am. Soil temperature at 4” depth at 6am is 48°  View
4/21/2024  IL-HY-30 ILHenry Moderately Wet General Awareness
Still some standing water in fields and ditches from this past week's rain  View
4/21/2024  IL-IR-25 ILIroquois Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
We received 1.15" of rain over the past week and this kept conditions pretty much the same as the week before, with a bias to being on the more wet side of normal. Lawns are lush and green, with mowing needed at least once a week. A drier and warmer start last week led to some tillage work being done in fields along with a few farmers planting the first of their crop. Hopefully conditions will dry up soon and allow farmers to really start making a lot of planting progress, as this is typically the time of the year planting season ramps up.  View
4/21/2024  IL-KN-67 ILKane Near Normal General Awareness
Conditions are normal. All spring plant growth is normal. Lawns are green and growing well, requiring weekly cutting.  View
4/21/2024  IL-LS-34 ILLa Salle Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
0.47" of rain for the week. With the exception of a T on Thursday, the rest fell on Friday. The grass is growing fast. I just bought a new lawnmower and have been delayed in mowing by having to assemble the silly thing. Hope to finish today and mow this afternoon. Robust dandelions and creeping Charlie everywhere! Time to call in the lawn experts.  View
4/21/2024  IL-MCH-13 ILMcHenry Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
1.53 inches of rain this week - soil was drying out and needed it, but the rain and high winds damaged the blooming daffodils. Warm days at beginning of week gave way to cooler temps with freezing temps last night, and frost warning for tonight. Month TD, Water YTD, and YTD (+ 153%) all show precip Above Normal. Serviceberries began blooming this week about a week early, and perennial pentstemons and cranesbills and wildflower Showy White Trilliums and Shooting Stars are pushing through the soil. Red headed woodpecker at the feeder this week - Audobon friends told me they returned this week.  View
4/21/2024  IL-MG-14 ILMorgan Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Lawns are a lush green, soil moisture excellent when planting a shrub. The fields near my home are being planted with corn and some beans. Early soil temperatures were 52F, allowing farmers the opportunity to consider an early than normal planting.  View
4/21/2024  IL-WL-131 ILWill Near Normal General Awareness
The area has dried out a bit, month to date numbers are a tick below the avg. Year to day and Water Year to date are running slightly above normal. The area has been getting precip, the numbers have been low.  View
4/21/2024  IL-WF-14 ILWoodford Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Creeks and river are high but well within their banks. Pasture and lawn are green and growing well. Field work is starting but rain has left the surface damp and so work is paused for now. Cover crop is still green and growing. spring bloomers are all on an early schedule.  View
4/21/2024  IN-MD-38 INMadison Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The ground is still heavily saturated from the large amount of rain earlier this month. There is still several low areas in neighboring fields and construction sites with standing water. Housing development has been basically at a stand still this month due to the standing water. The lawn, trees, and flowers are green and growing rapidly. Local rivers and streams are still well above normal levels.  View
4/21/2024  IN-OW-9 INOwen Near Normal General Awareness
Normal conditions, no adverse affects  View
4/21/2024  IN-PR-3 INParke Near Normal General Awareness
some rain over past week cooler temps  View
4/21/2024  IN-RP-4 INRipley Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
More rain this week. The grass is really growing! Many of the trees are full or partial leaves. Black gum, white oak, locust still look pretty bare. Dogwood abd red bud are in bloom. I saw a white egret yesterday - stunning! The ponds are full.  View
4/21/2024  IA-BC-9 IABuchanan Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Rain for the week at this location was 1.17 in. We were to the East and North of the high winds in the Tuesday weather event. A short burst of strong winds and heavy wind blown rain. A few old small branch's and a few objects blown around. Field work and manure hauled locally this week but still have not caught any planting. Soil temps still remain cool. Getting some Asparagus but it is slender stalks but still tasty. Grass has finally taken off big time. Horse's are enjoying it. Wife had to cover some flowers the last couple of nights with the below 32 Deg. temps. Trees are finally catching up with buds & leaves.  View
4/21/2024  IA-HR-16 IAHarrison Moderately Dry 0.57 of rainfall last week. Rainfall was beneficial, but overall conditions are still dry, with Boyer river still running low and soil is dry.  View
4/21/2024  IA-TY-2 IATaylor Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Just over 2 in. of last week really helped, should get any corn thats been planted up. Grass is growing well. Some tile lines now have trickle flow, most creeks now have flow, most ponds that were completly dry now have a little bit of water in them. Noticed about 40% of oaks and hickorys set out 4 years ago have died back to the roots over winter.  View
4/21/2024  IA-WR-5 IAWarren Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
About eight-tenths of an inch of rain the past week spread out over four days, along with some thunder. Temperatures started off well above normal before going below normal with the week still averaging somewhat over six degrees above. Shrubbery have exploded with green as leaves on more trees become visible. Oaks have begun popping leaves this past week. Grass has become greener and growing. Rhubarb is ready to cut. Blue Heron and White Egret have been pond visitors. Small streams have a steady flow but still low. No fieldwork observed.  View
4/21/2024  IA-WB-17 IAWebster Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Conditions are on the upside with moderate rainfall this past week and moderate to cool temperatures. Continues to be dry enough with strong winds this past to be concerned about grass fires. This risk is diminished by the greening of the country side. Crops are being planted. Dry conditions are improving.  View
4/21/2024  KS-BU-46 KSButler Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Water level is low. Farer field are stress. lots of fires.  View
4/21/2024  ME-WL-8 MEWaldo Mildly Wet General Awareness
The yard is still soft and spongy after nearly a half inch of rain this week but 3 days of sun started drying the garden a bit.  View
4/21/2024  MD-HR-23 MDHarford Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Temps were abobe normal to below normal the last 7 days... Precip this week: 0.65" Rain... Surface Soils are dry.. Soil Temps rose & Soil Moistuse were mainly steady... **High Centibar Readings mean drier soil...ie; 0 = Saturated Soil..120 or above = Severe Drought. **Current Soil Readings @ 7am: Current Surface Soil Temp: 38.3F...Grass Tip Temp: 37.7F... 2 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 50F...Soil Moisture: 25 Centibars.. 6 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 55F...Soil Moisture: 16 Centibars.. 24 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 56F...Soil Moisture: 13 Centibars.. 36 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 50F...Soil Moisture: 25 Centibars.. Birds were less active at the feeders...2 Bluebird houses have Bluebirds. Saw 1 Oriole.. No Hummingbirds yet. No Farm Activity. Creek level and flow are normal...  View
4/21/2024  MD-WR-31 MDWorcester Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
After the 9 inches of rain received in March, the only thing ending up in the rain gauge lately is bugs and pollen. In the past 18 days, I have only received 0.13 inches of rain. There is a 50% change of light rain this afternoon, but after that there is no rain in the forecast for the next week.  View
4/21/2024  MA-BA-2 MABarnstable Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
This week had a bit over 0.4" of rain which has kept the soil moist and muddy. April showers produced a full months average rain in the first 3 weeks. Plants and grass are green and growing very well. Small ponds are full to overflowing. Animal and bird activity is normal. Overall, conditions are normal to a little wet.  View
4/21/2024  MA-BA-57 MABarnstable Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Returning to Near Normal. No lack of rainfall in the past seven days, but it hasn’t come with as much abandon as in previous weeks and it’s being absorbed at normal pace. We’re currently at about 90% of PRISM average for April with 10 days to go. Wildlife activity and pond level are normal. Ospreys are very active.  View
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