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1/24/2021  AZ-CH-72 AZCochise Moderately Dry General Awareness
0.45 inch rain last week so some puddles remain on roads.  
1/24/2021  AZ-NV-42 AZNavajo Severely Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Some unsettled weather finally moved in though not much moisture fell. The week started off mild with a high of 59° last Sunday, which was the high of the week, and the low was also last Sunday at 16° before turning cloudy with some snow on Tuesday morning and again on Wednesday morning. Some rain and ice pellets fell later in the week. The total precipitation wasn't much at .18 inches of rain/melted snow and less than one inch of snow at 0.8. I guess it's better than nothing and we'll gladly take it. Noticed a lot of birds drinking and bathing in the waterfall of the pond last week and smelled a skunk on my morning walk.  
1/24/2021  AZ-PM-172 AZPima Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
The .37 inch rain we had last week over a period of 3 days removed a lot of dust from the desert plants but the pads of some cacti varieties are still shriveled looking. The birds have enjoyed baths in the puddles.  
1/24/2021  AR-PL-7 ARPolk Near Normal General Awareness
Has been dry since early in the month, but having rain now.  
1/24/2021  CA-OR-19 CAOrange Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Even with yesterday’s .50” of rain the local creek runoff is lower than normal for this time of year. Irvine Lake which is fully supported by runoff from the Cleveland Natl Forest is very low for late Jan. (has been lower after yrs of drought). The County is only at an average of 2.25” currently and should be at 8 to 10” average at this point in the season.  
1/24/2021  CA-SN-71 CASonoma Mildly Dry General Awareness
We are short of normal regarding precip, but it looks like we will be getting some more this coming week. Soils is dry on top and young grass is starting to dry out.  
1/24/2021  CO-GR-52 COGrand Moderately Dry General Awareness
0.10" precipitation on January 23 helped short term. Looking at the long term, snowpack in this area is very thin for this time of year.  
1/24/2021  CO-WE-340 COWeld Moderately Dry Agriculture
Since 9/9/2020, which covers more than four months we have received only 1.03 inches of precipitation.  
1/24/2021  CT-TL-27 CTTolland Mildly Wet General Awareness
Business & Industry
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
The past two weeks have seen 1.57 inches of precipitation at this site, maintaining the mildly wet conditions. When the temperature was significantly above freezing last (two days ago, with a high of 42), the lawn was soft from moisture. A couple of squirrels were spotted that day. Business seems little changed and still at a relatively low level, due to continuing widespread cases of COVID-19. Fire danger in nearby woods is very low. Students have returned to the nearby University of Connecticut for the second semester, but tourism seems non-existent.  
1/24/2021  FL-CY-38 FLClay Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
.13" this week - drizzles and rain the last two days are welcome but things are typically dry for right now. Mot much plant growth. The road has been getting so dry and fluffy the sand is hard to navigate.  
1/24/2021  FL-LE-22 FLLee Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
There has been no significant rain at this location since December 21st. There have been several cold fronts pass through in the past few weeks that brought some light showers, which produced less than 0.25 inches each. However, the fronts did bring a lot of cool, cloudy weather that reduced evaporation rates and kept us from getting too dry. There is little standing water left in the ditches and seasonal ponds, so I am observing an increase of birds and animals visiting my bird bath.  
1/24/2021  FL-OR-40 FLOrange Mildly Dry Its been quite dry this month vs climatology and windy, cold. Just beginning a warming trend.  
1/24/2021  GA-FL-23 GAFloyd Moderately Wet General Awareness
limited activities  
1/24/2021  GA-MD-5 GAMcDuffie Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Not much recent rain, but plants, pond, etc. seem fine.  
1/24/2021  HI-KI-2 HIKauai Mildly Wet General Awareness
Just when you think that January is shaping up to be a dry month, here comes the rains to prove you wrong (once again) ... I should have learned by now with almost 19 years of rainfall readings that the weather is unpredictable ... oh well ...  
1/24/2021  ID-AD-9 IDAda Mildly Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
January 17-23, 2021: A total of 0.05" precip (rain/snow slurry and rain) occurring at the end of the otherwise dry week. Snow in the foothills and for the most part rain on the valley floor. A mix of below normal and above normal daytime and nighttime temperatures. Ground is frozen in the morning and thawed by afternoon. Overcast or bright sun. Some days the solar powered lights are fully charged and produce light until morning; some days there's not enough recharge to produce light until midnight. Breezy some days and calm others. Tree and evergreens have begun shedding pollen; elm trees are shedding the leaf caps. Some plants in the gardens are waking up-- earliest tulips, iris, mints. Dracaena have not been winter killed this winter. Birds are very hungry at the feeders. Robins have come through, eating or removing all the blue cedar berries. Snowpack in the mountains is moderate (in the 80th percent of normal snow water equivalent) in north, central and western Idaho. Northern Idaho has the highest percents. Basins in SW, east, and east central basins are in the 50-60% of normal range and need a lot more snow in the next few months! Without more snowpack this winter, fire conditions next summer may be critical in these areas.Current streamflow conditions of the Boise River (Glenwood bridge) have been a about 260 cfs.  
1/24/2021  IL-CP-1 ILChampaign Mildly Dry General Awareness
Only 0.01" of precip this past 7 days, 1.31" for the month. Pond, Salt Fork River, and Homer Lake are all lower than normal.  
1/24/2021  IL-DP-87 ILDu Page Near Normal General Awareness
Yard is still snow covered with very little melting.  
1/24/2021  IL-KN-67 ILKane Mildly Wet General Awareness
Continued occasional precipitation this week, along with snow and ice on the ground, which is slowly melting when the temperatures rise and/or the sun is out, is keeping conditions mildly wet.  
1/24/2021  IL-LS-34 ILLa Salle Near Normal General Awareness
0.02" precip plus a few traces for the week. We've now had old snow and ice on the ground for 26 consecutive days. It's been melting for a few days, but there are still hazardous patches of ice.  
1/24/2021  IL-ME-9 ILMenard Mildly Dry General Awareness
Menard Co., IL, January 24, 2021: We had a little precipitation at the start of the month, but nothing in the last 10 days.  
1/24/2021  IL-TZ-26 ILTazewell Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The third week of January is now in the books and it was dry. I reported only a trace of precipitation. The predicted weather for the next few days is to be a winter mix with mostly snow. This could bring January close to its 30yr. avg. and stop our 3 month below average run. I am real close to changing my condition to Moderately Dry but will wait to see what next week gives us. Everything looks normal for a winter month except that our totals for the water year are down over 3 inches. My pond is ice covered except where the airator keeps the water open. This is a real benefit for the fish and the birds. The local geese fly in daily to visit and then go back to the powerplant cooling lake for the night. The pond level is stable but down 10 to 12 inches which is below normal for most years. Our local creek is also below normal but still flowing.  
1/24/2021  IL-WF-14 ILWoodford Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Still difficult to sort between normal and mildly dry. Walking in timber this week I was struck by how dry the soil was even while the was still snow and ice melting nearby. Creeks and rivers quite low.  
1/24/2021  IN-OW-9 INOwen Near Normal General Awareness
Normal conditions, no adverse affects  
1/24/2021  IN-PR-3 INParke Near Normal Agriculture
spotty rain very cold windy  
1/24/2021  IA-AP-8 IAAppanoose Moderately Dry Agriculture
We still have a layer of ice-approx 2"- that refuses to melt. The new snow of an inch is very slick on it. The ice layer has been here several days. Drifts or piles are still lingering. Some melting has occurred on flat grounds or yards. When the temperatures reach above 30 degrees, the livestock yards are becoming muddy in the top 3 - 4 inches. Gravel roads are filled with pot holes.  
1/24/2021  IA-WR-5 IAWarren Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Some good days last week (Sunshine) as temperatures averaged 3.3 degrees above normal. About seven-tenths snow fell with two and half to three inches of very hard crusty snow remaining. Snow core last Monday measured out to three-quarters of an inch. Otherwise deep winter continues with not so cold temperatures. The wife's bird feeders continue to suck money. Mask wearing remains high except for the small convenience stores.  
1/24/2021  KS-SG-116 KSSedgwick Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
0.01 inches since last report. While this is very little, ground remains near normal due to the low temperatures. Vegetation remains dormant and do not expect that to change for another month. Wildlife continues to remain out of residential areas which is also normal. Creeks and ponds remain below normal and don't see this changing until significant rain occurs. All local crops remain dormant as well.  
1/24/2021  KY-BK-9 KYBreckinridge Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Reported 0.22” of rain this week. Temps were in the mid to upper 40’s with more cloudy days than sun. The pond and creek are still near normal. There is no standing water in the ditches or flat areas; the soggy areas seem dry and firm. The pasture is completely brown and the yard is mostly green with brown areas starting to show. No deer observed this week but the bird feeders are very active, at least daily refilling them. Added more suet blocks to accommodate all our feathery friends. This week seemed like a normal January week.  
1/24/2021  KY-CW-3 KYCalloway Near Normal General Awareness
A little soggy in the backyard but no standing water. We are in a D0 status according to drought monitor.  
1/24/2021  KY-CB-10 KYCampbell Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
The soil surface appears to be drier than normal. The ground is frozen to a depth of 3 inches; but pipe probe easily penetrated the frozen soil due to the relatively low moisture content near the surface. The pond level appears to be below normal. Stream flow appears to be below normal with a little ice in the ditches. Both the Ohio and Licking River stages are below normal. Only 1/4" of rain and snow melt equivalent during the past 3 weeks. The lawns are frozen; but appear to be unusually brown due to the frozen conditions and the relatively dry conditions during the past 3 weeks. Despite the cold weather, the pine trees are showing a little stress due to this unusually dry period during mid winter.  
1/24/2021  LA-OC-5 LAOuachita Parish Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
With 0.66" of precipitation this week, northeast Louisiana continues its pattern of being in a "Mildly Wet" condition. Yards and fields are still somewhat soggy and muddy.  
1/24/2021  ME-LN-1 MELincoln Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
A dry week following the heavy rain the prior week. Ground is frozen with just a trace of snow in shaded areas. Stream level has dropped to within what I would consider the normal. Mild period has ended, temperature more like mid winter.  
1/24/2021  ME-SG-16 MESagadahoc Moderately Wet General Awareness
Business & Industry
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Cooler weather has frozen the ground but not enough to support logging equipment. A few more cold nights should change matters. Standing water will lead to more problems with warm-up. The bay has frozen up again but safe ice may not exist this winter.  
1/24/2021  MD-HR-23 MDHarford Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Temps were normal to above normal this week. Total Precip this week Trace"... Surface soils are frozen... Soil Temps and Soil Moisture fell slightly... **High Centibar Readings mean drier soil...ie; 0 = Saturated Soil..120 or above = Severe Drought **Current Soil Readings @ 7am: Surface Soil Temp: 29.2F...Grass Temp: 29F... 6 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 32F...Soil Moisture: 17 Centibars.. 24 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 36F...Soil Moisture: 18 Centibars.. 36 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 39F...Soil Moisture: 29 Centibars.. Birds were very active at the feeders. All Bluebird houses have wintering Bluebirds. Bog Turtles are hibernating. Creek Status: Water is Clear.. Water Level & Flow are slightly below normal..  
1/24/2021  MA-BA-2 MABarnstable Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
No precip this week, and conditions were warm and dry, recently colder. Things look about normal and only the low levels of some larger ponds remind of the drought this summer/fall. In the woods, standing water has disappeared and mud has dried up. Ground is bare and birds and squirrels have been busy accessing food. Overall, normal for a January except warmer than usual temperatures, and the lack of snow.  
1/24/2021  MA-BA-57 MABarnstable Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Seems that January is starting to suggest a bit of a deficit around here; 1.94" total against an average of 3+ with only a week left to catch up. Things LOOK okay, thugh; ground has remained largely unfrozen (that could change given current cold snap); pond level normal and hasn't frozen over yet; lots of waterfowl activity resulting.  
1/24/2021  MA-HD-30 MAHampden Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Cold this morning, very low teens but has been on the warm side this month. In many front-yards, the grass is still green not having died. Also, a lot of birds wintered over including surprisingly Blue Birds. Rain, snowfall is down, I’m guessing near half of what we should get, at about only 2” so far this month. While we are officially out of the drought, locally I feel we are on the dry side. While I have no official way of measuring it, when I walk around the wetlands, which my local headwaters brook, in the northwest side of town, is fed from these wetlands, it is all down in water content. The brook comes up when it rains but immediately drops back as there is no reserve in the wetlands. My analogy, the wetlands are only a damp sponge right now, not a saturated one that easily sheds water. This local west flowing brook is the South Branch of the (Springfield) Mill River. (Most of Hampden’s watershed feeds the Scantic, flowing south, Southwest.)  
1/24/2021  MA-HS-26 MAHampshire Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Colder conditions and only a few light snow showers on and off this week, and the ground is frozen again and water bodies seem back to normal for this time of year. Soil is rock solid at the surface, and birds are back at the feeders. Predatory birds (hawks) seem especially active this week - with many sightings and loose feathers in the yard.  
1/24/2021  MA-MD-174 MAMiddlesex Mildly Dry General Awareness
Some flurries without accumulation this week. Daytime temperatures warmer this week as well. Uptick in amount of birds in our yard - so much so that Red Tailed Hawk in yard too.  
1/24/2021  MA-WR-41 MAWorcester Near Normal General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
dry pattern has resumed, just. 04 precipitation this past week with little precipitation expected this week, streams and ponds at normal levels, top level of ground frozen in the morning has been thawing out by afternoon this past week.  
1/24/2021  MI-AN-25 MIAllegan Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
This past week finally looked more wintry where we had 0.35" of precipitation coming as 4.9" of snow. Our conditions are bordering between mildly dry and near normal for this time of year because we still far behind in total snow-fall when compared with the average for this date. Temperatures this week did not vary much: daily low temperatures averaged 24 F (daily lows ranged from 12 to 30 F); and daily highs averaged 31 F (daily highs ranged from 26 to 37 F). There has been the usual activity at the bird feeder, but blue jays still haven't been seen in weeks. Strangely we saw a flock of robins in our area, a bird that we rarely see this time of year. Local ponds and lakes have been frozen and more ice fishers are venturing out onto the ice.  
1/24/2021  MI-BN-5 MIBerrien Near Normal Agriculture
some spots no snow mud 80% snow cover  
1/24/2021  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
No new snow  
1/24/2021  MN-HN-128 MNHennepin Near Normal A quick weekend storm dropped more snow which brought us to near normal numbers for this time of year. Temps hover in the high teens and 20's, so not much snow melt. Area lakes still have advisories to basically stay off. Several cars, trucks, 4-wheelers are still going through the unsafe ice conditions. Several people have perished. We are experiencing a very mild winter for temps. Uncommon that we have had NO temps below zero yet. As we get to the end of January, our coldest month, I can see a very uncommon winter of NO below zero temps, but I wouldn't place a bet on that. February is crazy for temps and snowfall. (I am going to suspend most future reports since it is difficult to determine conditions with snow cover. If I see significant snow melt during a week I will report water flow or standing water. Otherwise I just don't know what to keep reporting during these winter months).  
1/24/2021  MN-MC-7 MNMcLeod Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
There continues to be not much snow. It's easy for both livestock and wildlife to get around. Snowmobilers wear through the snow in a short time if they take the same trail very often.  
1/24/2021  MN-OL-18 MNOlmsted Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
~0.22" of precipitation as snow over the past week. 6.0" total snow depth. Today's report= 19°, 19° windchill, 88% humidity, overcast & calm with an air quality index of 76 at the 6:00 a.m. observation time. Minnesota Weathertalk https://tinyurl.com/yyxvbzdq  
1/24/2021  MN-PK-15 MNPolk Mildly Dry General Awareness
Frequent passages of light snow events, many with little or no accumulation. About 4.5" on the ground. Near normal temperatures  
1/24/2021  MN-WC-5 MNWaseca Near Normal General Awareness
This week's snowfall brings the month's precipitation total to about two-thirds of normal. Other than a little less snow on the ground than in recent years, there is no evidence that we are experiencing anything other than a near-normal winter.  
1/24/2021  MS-CH-3 MSCoahoma Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Weekly precipitation was 0.36 inches. Normal to rather mild conditions in place over the past week with the lowest temperature being 32 and the highest being 59 over the past 168 hours. Some light rain and cloudy conditions too. Conditions are normal.  
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