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10/26/2020  AK-MS-12 AKMatanuska-Susitna Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
This period continued the dry spell until yesterday when a forecast snow event remained all rain until mixing with some snow early this morning and depositing 0.57" of almost entirely rain. This amount way many times the total precipitation we'd seen in October and may help rehydrate the topsoil although the ground was pretty cold so much may just run off. The 'over-winter' song birds are emptying my feeder twice day now and I've been seeing more moose of late. Winter is definitely approaching!  
10/26/2020  CA-HM-5 CAHumboldt Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
A dry week with a couple days with drizzle, average high 67.1F, low 46.4F; ETo 0.15". Week was 5 or more degrees cooler for the low than last 8 weeks. Grasses continue growing and the dark eyed junco numbers are increasing, so looks like the overwinter residents are arriving. Found elk tracks in back yard, so had an unusual visitor--last elk in the yard was several years ago. The big nearby herd numbers are in the 60s now, so some wandering might be expected.  
10/26/2020  CO-CR-12 COCrowley Severely Dry Agriculture
Water Supply & Quality
Sticking with severely dry even though we had snow last night. Electric fence won't stay hot enough to keep cattle in due to lack of ground moisture. The pond has a dirty ice layer due to blowing snow and dirt mix.  
10/26/2020  CO-EP-408 COEl Paso Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
2.4" of snow last night and 0.29" water equivalent. Leaf drop on maple tree almost complete. Cottonwood tree still has substantial leaf presence. Apple tree has a few bare branches at the top, but is still fully leafed with minor leaf drop. Leaves mostly still green. Lawn watering has stopped for the season, but lawn still green and in good condition. Cottonwood Creek flowing at very low level, but no change since last.  
10/26/2020  CO-JF-484 COJefferson Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Extreme fire conditions all week with explosive growth of the East Troublesome fire ~45 mi our NW. However a strong cold front has passed and temps are currently near zero and we've received 0.42" precipitation in the past 36 hours. This amount in nowhere near enough to counter the severely dry conditions we've experienced over the past few months, but is at least an improvement. Warmer and dryer conditions expected to return by the end of the week  
10/26/2020  FL-ES-26 FLEscambia Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
1.71 rainfall in the last two weeks: All received in 2 days, from thunderstorms with lots of runoff....Although the rainfall received so far this month Is above normal. It’s only rained 5 days out of 26 days so far; with the character of the rainfall mainly from heavy convective showers leading to quick runoff. Watering has been necessary at least twice a week..The hummingbirds that were resident since August have moved South....  
10/26/2020  GA-FL-23 GAFloyd Mildly Wet General Awareness
normal activities  
10/26/2020  IL-LE-23 ILLee Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Most crops have been harvested. Wet conditions exist resulting form approximately 2.5 inches of rain over the past week.  
10/26/2020  IL-MCH-80 ILMcHenry Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Lawns still green and field harvest continues.  
10/26/2020  IL-MY-1 ILMontgomery Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
1.34” of rain last week ended the dangerous fire conditions in newly harvested fields. The dry ground sponges up every bit of this rain, none made it to field or drainage ditches. Farmers kept moving the entire week. Ground is still very dry, subsoil moisture very low to nonexistent. But at least the fields aren’t going to burn again this year.  
10/26/2020  IL-WF-14 ILWoodford Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water levels in local creeks and rivers is low but soil conditions seem about right, starting to shade to slightly dry for this time of year.  
10/26/2020  IA-AP-8 IAAppanoose Moderately Dry Agriculture
The 1.5 inches of rain last Thursday and Friday were very welcome. We are finished with harvest -- very early due to short yield due to insufficient rain == drought! All crops were very dry so no trouble with storage. Hopefully this rain will rejuvenate pastures. We have weaned calves (early) and are putting cows on stalks for the winter -- all very early.  
10/26/2020  IA-BT-11 IABenton Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
The past week has been wet = either with rain or snow squalls causing delays in field harvest. The deer are on the move and pheasants appear to be prevalent this fall thanks to a mild spring. Leaves continue to cling to the trees though the high winds have caused leaf piles on the ground.  
10/26/2020  KY-CB-10 KYCampbell Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Conditions are near normal. Rainfall has been near normal this month so far. Lawns have returned to near normal on greenness. No more signs of drought except for some distressed pine trees, which are showing some signs of recovery. Streams and ponds are slightly less than normal for this time of year. Soil moisture is near normal. Ordinary trees are near normal and the leaves are turning color and falling off at the normal rate. 2.80" of rain so far this month, which is near normal and 9.56" of rain during the last 90 days which is also near normal. Temperatures had been near normal for the last 90 days and near normal for October so far with some days warmer than normal and so days colder than normal.  
10/26/2020  ME-SM-3 MESomerset Moderately Dry General Awareness
Weekly precip total = 0.16" as rain. Leaf drop nearly complete.  
10/26/2020  MA-ES-12 MAEssex Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Ground is slightly wet. Vegetable gardens are done while flower gardens continue to bloom. Water continues to run low in local brook but is still below normal. Most trees are bare with the exception of the oaks.  
10/26/2020  MA-HS-26 MAHampshire Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Just a few spotty days of rain the last few days. Conditions seem to be improving after more cloudy and wet days. Leaves are brilliant and falling heavily. Animal activity is high.  
10/26/2020  MA-MD-115 MAMiddlesex Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Grass is starting to green, and garden is growing without watering. Reservoirs are still quite low, though  
10/26/2020  MA-NF-1 MANorfolk Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Not much rainfall over the past week with a total of just 0.02". Cooler weather and a lowering sun angle continues to help short term dryness improve but longer term effects are still noticeable. Levels on area ponds remain well below normal for this time of year. Trees and starting to lose their leaves but many have yet to show color. Mandatory watering restrictions remain in place for neighboring towns, only allowing watering one day per week for two hours.  
10/26/2020  MI-BN-5 MIBerrien Mildly Wet clouds all drying no drying temp mid. 40s  
10/26/2020  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
.18 inches of rain , with a few flakes of snow. Nothing measurable.  
10/26/2020  MI-MB-54 MIMacomb Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Around a quarter inch of rain everyday for six days. Good impact on area.  
10/26/2020  MO-BY-25 MOBarry Mildly Dry General Awareness
Some recent rains have really helped and with more forecasted we should be ok. Ponds are only down a little now.  
10/26/2020  MO-BN-50 MOBoone Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
10/25/2020 was cloudy(stratocumulus), light northwest to northeast winds, unseasonably cool and DRY. As a result of the cloudy and unseasonably cool weather, ASH Street garden and other central Boone county community gardens/ small farms condition monitoring has shown only small change, that is, estimated 100% mildly wet. However, although slow, oriental greens, cabbage and green onions continue to grow and are near harvest.  
10/26/2020  MT-MH-6 MTMusselshell Moderately Wet General Awareness
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Tourism & Recreation
The snow is about 6 inches deep I cannot walk in it without the cane and the cane slipped out from me, nearly falling. Nope, it isn't worth it to fall. I can hang on to the car to get to it. Then park at the house, very close. That is a solution, very precarious. I have to stay indoors, no snow fun like last year. Driving is okay, 4-wheel drive vehicle.. All fires are out, clean air for a while. my COPD loves the crisp clean air but not the humidity. Fire danger has been lifted. Lets go camping!!  
10/26/2020  NM-MR-13 NMMora Severely Dry Fire
Although this reporting station received 0.16" of precipitation (melted value from 1.8 " of snow), the Luna Fire 2 miles away continues to burn with only 7% contained.  
10/26/2020  NY-CY-26 NYCayuga Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Tourism & Recreation
We have had 8 straight mornings w/ measurable precipitation in the gauge, though the total during that time is 1.35", and October's total is 2.29" as of this morning. While the grass is wet and green, I was able to mow the other day on normally solid ground, so the rain is being easily absorbed at this rate. There are some corn fields around us waiting to be cut, but most in the area have been cut already. The last holdout trees are changing, though most of the early changers have shed their leaves. We had an 80 degree day on Friday w/ temperatures in the 40s for most of Saturday, so it's feeling like we're moving to later fall.  
10/26/2020  NY-ER-135 NYErie Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Precipitation Gain: 2.17 inches Lawns need mowing once every two weeks.  
10/26/2020  NY-MR-65 NYMonroe Mildly Wet General Awareness
The dryness from the summer is now resolved. The garden soil is muddy, and the grass is almost constantly wet.  
10/26/2020  NY-SF-92 NYSuffolk Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Very damp air for most of past 7 days. It’s like living in a rain cloud. We’ve had on and off foggy conditions. The ground is wet.  
10/26/2020  NY-WN-18 NYWayne Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Conditions continued to improve as far a dry parts of the area. The 1.9" of rain that we had within the lats week has certainly taken us out of the mildly dry scenario. Leaf foliage on the Maples are at and past peak and the Poplars are 98% barren.  
10/26/2020  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Mildly Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Mostly cloudy and cool with a light breeze and rain. The high temperature was around forty four degrees and the low around thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit. Intermittent streams are still not flowing. Several fields still have standing corn.  
10/26/2020  NC-BC-1 NCBuncombe Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
A warm week with about 0.5" over the weekend.  
10/26/2020  NC-DH-48 NCDurham Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
We received the first rains 8 days last night with a total of 0.18 inches. We are about half an inch over the normal monthly average of 3.70 inches. The low wet spot is firm and I was not able to bring water to the surface. The ground is damp. The Shagbark Hickory has begun losing it's leaves where a high percentage of them have fallen from the lowest branches. The Pyracantha berries are a healthy pumpkin orange. There are not flowers on the Rose Bush and the Rose hips have darkened. The Forsythia has new branches and leaves. The shaded Glossy Abelia has lost most of it leaves and there are no flowers on it. The Gardenia has one small flower and the other Abelia has a few remaining flowers but not many. The Holly bush berries are bright red. A flock of Pine Siskins arrived about 10 days ago. We took in the Hummingbird feeder about that time. The Juncos have not shown up yet. We saw one Sparrow a while back but have not seen any since. The birds are migrating.  
10/26/2020  NC-MS-19 NCMadison Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
We have had only 0.10 inch of rain during the past 12 days leaving us moderately dry. Water levels remain adequate with no obvious drop in our creeks and springs. Well water supply is normal. Our pastures, hay fields and Christmas Tree fields are unaffected so far by the dry weather.  
10/26/2020  OH-LS-23 OHLucas Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
creeks still dry topsoil damp from rain in the past week, sub soil dry.  
10/26/2020  OR-CC-107 ORClackamas Near Normal General Awareness
about 29 degrees and some Icey road conditions normal for this time of year  
10/26/2020  PA-ER-5 PAErie Mildly Wet General Awareness
Rain most days this month have increased the water table. Some heavy rainstorms left lots of standing water in all the usual, low-lying places.  
10/26/2020  SC-BF-37 SCBeaufort Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Seasonal warmth, with scattered showers, has made this past week's weather ideal for fall planting. Warblers are migrating through, with odd bird calls noted. Barred owls are active and calling. Snakes are appearing and hunting during the day after a summer of nocturnal activity. Ponds still slightly below normal but adequate. Very little irrigation is needed to keep plants going strong into winter.  
10/26/2020  TX-CMR-85 TXCameron Mildly Dry watering as needed  
10/26/2020  TX-TN-124 TXTarrant Mildly Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
We've gotten about 2/3 an inch of rain this past week. It's not quite back to normal, but not drought either. Most plants are beginning to show changes with the shorter days. Birds and wildlife are good. Fire danger is low to moderate. Most N. Texas lakes are still low .5 to 2 feet. Three are low 3-4.5 feet.  
10/26/2020  VT-WS-33 VTWashington Near Normal General Awareness
Appears normal on the surface; streams and brooks are lively and brisk. Ground water may still be below normal  
10/26/2020  WA-CM-46 WAClallam Near Normal Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Normal conditions ensure adequate water for drinking plus for plants and wildlife, and reduce fire danger.  
10/26/2020  WI-VR-1 WIVernon Near Normal General Awareness
Near Normal  
10/26/2020  CAN-AB-54 CANAlberta Mildly Wet we had lots of snow last week. had to start feeding cows because the could not dig through the iced up grass and snow. all the small lakes have frozen over so we have to chop water holes for the cattle. last week large flocks of Canadian geese heading south. all birds have headed south which is early. lots of crops still need to be harvested. fire hazard very low.