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10/1/2022  AL-CN-17 ALCalhoun Mildly Dry Temps have been cooler and pasture still green. Oaks dropping leaves but Poplars, Sweetgums, Maples still loaded. Colors changing on Sumacs.  View
10/1/2022  AZ-MH-25 AZMohave Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Severe Drought D2 status along the lower Colorado River. This past week with some cloud build up but no local moisture. Desert floor with green-up annual grasses & forbs from previous moisture. Influx of insects like grasshoppers , butterflies, and beetles from a wet summer.  View
10/1/2022  AR-FK-42 ARFaulkner Mildly Dry General Awareness
Tourism & Recreation
Lawns are browning if not watered. Fire bans are in effect. Other than that, weather is beautiful for outdoor activities.  View
10/1/2022  CA-OR-31 CAOrange Moderately Dry General Awareness
Dry conditions remain in place, which for this time of the year is normal. New water year starts today, hopefully we will have a more normal amount of rainfall this year as opposed to last years dry conditions.  View
10/1/2022  CA-OR-67 CAOrange Mildly Dry General Awareness
Overcast, Cool, Calm  View
10/1/2022  CO-DG-176 CODouglas Mildly Dry General Awareness
Some maple trees have lost their leaves without turning color. Our oak has tip die back. Warmer fall temperatures mean even mums need supplemental water.  View
10/1/2022  CO-GN-59 COGunnison Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
September's precipitation (1.19") was 132% of average. Water Year 2022 brought near normal Total Precipitation (18.94", 97% of average). A deeper looks shows that the water content from snowfall was 90% of average and rainfall was 109% of average. Current spring water flows are 100% of normal for the date. Aspen leaf colors have peaked, but are still going strong. The colors are not all that spectacular this year, but good. Elk are in the rut and frequent bugling is heard in the woods. The first snow of the season is sitting on the peaks above about 11,000' this morning. Overall, things are looking OK here. The water situation on a broader scale is not as rosy. Local reservoirs are very low. Noxious weeds are flourishing in parts of the wild forests. We still need a big snow winter or two to improve the water situation in the southwest.  View
10/1/2022  CO-PT-16 COPitkin NA General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
This morning, after a day and night of gentle showers at my elevation (7k), snow visible on top of Mt. Sopris and on Bulldog Ridge to the East. Bears continue to be very active in my community. Birds migrating through. Fall color is dramatic. No FROST at this elevation, but low in the upper 30's.  View
10/1/2022  CT-MD-21 CTMiddlesex Moderately Dry General Awareness
Many Brooks and streams are not flowing and others are flowing below normal. Ponds and lakes are low  View
10/1/2022  CT-NL-29 CTNew London Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
6.42 in of rain fell in September, relieving the dry conditions. Lawns have 'greened-up', water levels in lakes and streams are increasing. Rain came too late to help with some crops. Municipal water restrictions have not yet been lifted.  View
10/1/2022  FL-AL-50 FLAlachua Near Normal General Awareness
Still <1 inch rain in last week so water bodies are down but plants are looking happy.  View
10/1/2022  FL-OS-36 FLOsceola Severely Wet General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Water Supply & Quality
Yes, water water everywhere. In 24 hours Hurricane Ian dumped ~13" of rain on this area. All the usual avenues of drainage are full, ditches, swales, wetlands and connected lakes. Roadsides and yards are flooded. During the storm water was over the local roads. The Florida Turnpike continues to have an area in Osceola County partially underwater. Locally the ground is saturated. This situation won't last long as cooler, dryer, sunny days are forecast for at least the next week.  View
10/1/2022  GA-DK-51 GADeKalb Mildly Dry General Awareness
The predicted 6" of rain from Ian ended up being a trace, but I'm not complaining. The neighbor's lawn service was creating a dust bowl the other day while working on the lawn.  View
10/1/2022  GA-FN-11 GAFannin Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Rainfall remains lower than average for the past 2 months (using PRISM data). We've had minimal dew the past week with lower temperatures and windy conditions. The gravel road is dry and dusty again. Haven't seen the hummers for the past few days. Hopefully they didn't get caught up in IAN. Turkey and deer are visible in large groups daily.  View
10/1/2022  HI-HI-87 HIHawaii Severely Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
The drought has entered its 3rd month. Canceled yard service this week—nothing growing to mow or weed-whack. Even the weeds have dried out. Fire danger is high—a 45-acre cane grass fire this week 13 miles below us on the coastal road. With 10-ft tall cane grass on either side of our property, it’s worrisome.  View
10/1/2022  ID-ID-12 IDIdaho Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
2.43” for September. 30 yr average for this location is 1.14” finished the month with a .93” all day rain and another .02” not recorded til first day of Oct. Pasture grass is greening up but limited to the overnight temps becoming cooler as days get shorter.  View
10/1/2022  IL-BN-19 ILBoone Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
The surface is slowly drying out with the sunny days and cool temps we're having. My spring still has increased flow so it appears that deeper soil conditions are pretty good. Local creeks and rivers are near their normal levels. Area lawns look healthy and some trees are beginning to change color now. The boxelder bugs are few and far between, so far. And while the mosquitoes numbers are down they haven't given it up yet.  View
10/1/2022  IL-IR-25 ILIroquois Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Total rainfall for the month of September was 1.37" which is around an inch below average. Still, grass is green but growth is slowing down a lot and I would say we're on the drier side of normal. Harvest has been very slow to get going since the crops still have a lot of green left in them but it should pick up towards the middle and end of next week. With very little rain in the short and long term forecasts, it's looking to be a very nice start to harvest after the crops dry out a little bit more.  View
10/1/2022  IL-MCH-80 ILMcHenry Near Normal Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Crops drying out for harvest and some harvesting being done. Lawns still need weekly mowing. Native plants getting ready foe winter but still producing flowers.  View
10/1/2022  IN-WS-14 INWashington Severely Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
We have only had .75" of rain in the last 25 days. It is very dry. We pulled some plants from our raised beds the other day that had 6" roots. They were completely dry all the way to the ends. Our neighbors crops have dried quickly and are looking pretty rough. Most of the soy bean fields are looking really trashy.  View
10/1/2022  IA-HR-16 IAHarrison Moderately Dry General Awareness
No rainfall last week. Conditions are Dre, with brown areas in lawns and rivers running very low.  View
10/1/2022  KS-BU-25 KSButler Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Very dry September. Normal rainfall 3.65, received .85. For the year to date (Jan-Sep), we're only 1.8" below normal. But the more telling tale is the period Jun-Sep, where we received only 8.67" which is 9.00" BELOW normal (17.67). Soil very dry and hard. Creek has been at same level for nearly a month, but the flow has stopped. No real change to unwatered yards (mostly brown and not growing much). Some trees that were not affected by the summer drought/heat are beginning to change color, which is actually a bit later than last year. Flies are "normal" but not much bird activity. Only thing keeping me from going severe is that we have't had any water restrictions imposed yet.  View
10/1/2022  KS-JO-53 KSJohnson Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
We have had only three quarters of an inch of rain during the month of September. Aster flowers have been trying to bloom, but are having difficulty due to low soil moisture.  View
10/1/2022  KS-KW-2 KSKiowa Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Our water year average is 25 inches and we received 15 inches this year. Creeks are low or dry and all the vegetation is stressed. Fall harvest is in full swing and farmers are wanting to plant wheat soon, most are waiting for a rain.  View
10/1/2022  KY-CH-12 KYChristian Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
In the past 4 weeks we have had a total of .28" of rain.Everything is bone dry. The grass breaks beneath your feet as you walk across the lawn. I bushogged at our farm this past week and observed how dry the grass and weeds were. Most of the corn in our area has been harvested. Soy beans are still in the field but are drying up.  View
10/1/2022  KY-HD-5 KYHardin Moderately Dry General Awareness
Creek very low, almost no rain recently. Corn not picked yet. Only a few brush fires - so far. Ian going to miss us.  View
10/1/2022  ME-WS-11 MEWashington Near Normal General Awareness
Streams flowing, grass growing, mushrooms popping up, garden almost finished with plenty of moisture in the soil.  View
10/1/2022  MD-BL-25 MDBaltimore Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
We got some good rain overnight 0.97 inches heavy clouds still are handing over us so we might get more rain.  View
10/1/2022  MD-WR-31 MDWorcester Mildly Dry General Awareness
September 2022 summary from Eastern Worcester County, MD - The average daily maximum temperature for the month was 78.3, and the average daily minimum was 62.1, which is close to the average. The warmest daily maximum was 85.1 on the 19th and the coolest daily maximum was 65.7 on the 23rd. The warmest daily minimum was 72.7 on the 11th and the coolest daily minimum was 48.7 on the 24th. The average daily dewpoint was 62.9 and the average daily humidity was 79.4%. 2.96 inches of rain fell, which is about 75% of the average.  View
10/1/2022  MA-BA-51 MABarnstable Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
finally improving as temperatures are dropping and getting some rain.  View
10/1/2022  MA-BE-21 MABerkshire Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Soil remains workable; gardens are doing well with many perennials still flowering. Over the past week we have had 0.22" of rain and cool days. Less butterfly activity this past week than previously but bees remain active. Coyotes are active. Leaves are turning, nothing vibrant yet though. Streams are flowing but not at mid-levels yet.  View
10/1/2022  MA-ES-64 MAEssex Moderately Dry General Awareness
.06 inches of rain in the last week. Lawns have greened up some but the soil is still dry. Intermittent streams not flowing and watering ban still in effect.  View
10/1/2022  MA-HD-28 MAHampden Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Total rainfall of 0.05 inch this week. Received total precipitation of 6.18 inches for September. Working in the garden, noted the moisture level of the soil is good. Seeing and hearing more birds. One day, had 5 northern flickers on the back lawn.  View
10/1/2022  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Chilly, sunshine, partly cloudy, no rain  View
10/1/2022  MI-WS-11 MIWashtenaw Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
A little rain earlier in the week, but dry since. And no rain is predicted for the next week. Temps on cool side, more leaves getting some color, lots of goldenrod, and fall bulbs blooming. Birds continue active at feeders, also chipmunks. Soil getting very dry.  View
10/1/2022  MI-WY-125 MIWayne Near Normal General Awareness
Some rain earlier in the week. Near normal conditions.  View
10/1/2022  MN-MW-8 MNMower Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
About a half inch of precipitation this week. Grass growth has slowed in all but the shady wetter areas of yard, which is the only location requiring regular mowing at this time. Leaves are beginning to turn on some trees; Autumn Blaze maple has not got a single bit of red on it yet. In a typical year it would be ALL red by mid-October. Local water bodies at normal early-autumn levels. Soybean harvest well underway. I had to turn on the house heat this week due to two nights in the 34-degree range, but it is now off as the weather is perfect. No frost yet in this location but half mile away there was. Hummingbirds have disappeared at last.  View
10/1/2022  MO-NW-4 MONewton Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Continued extremely dry as we end this water year year and the month of September. One of the driest months of September on record. High fire danger due to the drought although we have not had too much wind. final cutting of hay and some other crops but very low yield. The gravel bars in the creek are predominate. Deer are up close to the houses looking for forage. Yards and gardens are dry and leaves and grasses are curled. Many trees may be lost due to drought. Tree leaves are turning brown and beginning to fall with little or no traditional fall color.  View
10/1/2022  MO-SG-5 MOSte. Genevieve Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Wet start for September but only .42” the last 25 days. Pastures, gardens and lawns need a rain, especially for fall garden crops. Second cutting grass hay harvesting is proceeding with average or so yield. Some color change is occurring with walnut trees losing leaves. Lots of nuts this year. Water supply is slowly falling and remains more than adequate for livestock and wildlife.  View
10/1/2022  MT-LC-19 MTLewis And Clark Near Normal General Awareness
Going with near normal conditions for the Helena valley. We had another 0.60 inches of rainfall this week, through Friday. with more Saturday. Field grass is 85% green and growing. The good lawn is green and growing as well for late September. No watering need of the lawn all week. Overall, near normal conditions for the start of October.  View
10/1/2022  NV-CK-62 NVClark Severely Dry General Awareness
3.08 inches for the year to date.  View
10/1/2022  NH-GR-1 NHGrafton Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
All seems normal for October 1st  View
10/1/2022  NJ-MS-59 NJMorris Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Thus far for my “Watershed,” that resides in the “Upper Passaic River” Watershed, that covers from 1.5 miles to the NW to about 1.5 miles to the SE and is about 1 mile in width and in the general shape of a diamond; There were three days of measurable precipitation and one day with trace precipitation for a total of 0.94” the past seven days [Sun-Sat]. Rivers and streams nearby continue to be low for the year. The Madison Golf Course, adjacent this station, is operating normally. There was no “observable” action on my thistle feeder this week by Gold Finch. The measurement of seeds Saturday morning in my feeder, was still 2-1/4”. The ground around this station is continuing to moisten up after .94” more rain this week and temperatures continue at or slightly below normal [for lows] again this week. The grass and ‘weeds’ continue to recover requiring another cut immediatly. The Japanese Maple continues to shed browned out leaves, but again less this week. The Maple Trees are looking healthy. No fall color has been noticed on or immediately adjacent this station. However; in other areas of town and adjacent neighborhoods, Sugar Maples have begun to turn. Lantern Flys while more numerous this year, continue to diminish rapidly. Indeed no more have been observed alive the past week. Hummingbirds seem to have moved on and away and so I packed away my feeder for the year. I want to correct the record; the Crepe Myrtle adjacent this station, is indeed still holding on to flowers, perhaps even 10% of the tree, surprisingly so. Over the past 31 days; this station has captured and reported 11 days of precipitation for a total of 4.05 inches. There have been 106 days of precipitation the first 273 days of CY2022 [1/1/2022 to 10/1/2022] for a total of 33.59” of precipitation compared to, 99 “Precipitation Days” and a total of 44.54” the same Year To Date [YTD] in CY2021. So far, compared to last year; we have received 10.95” LESS precipitation this year than a year ago maintaining a relative “below normal” drought like precipitation level. Some other totals from previous years, for comparison, are; YTD2020-37.27”, YTD2019-45.21”, YTD2018-52.35”, YTD2017-34.12”, YTD2016-34.58”, YTD2015-29.92,” YTD2014-39.88”, and YTD2013-35.57”. The running ten year average reported precipitation for this station is: 38.70 inches, holding this station at a deficit of 5.11” from the 10 year average. Please be a Good neighbor; watch for areas of stagnant water where mosquitoes may breed. Even a beverage cap or a corrugated downspout full of water can breed these pests. Thank you. Welcome to the Fall Season. Bring on the fall decore. Have a beautiful week. God bless you and your family and God bless America! Q’s: email me at: jasonjleffler@aol.com. ** Source data for CY2013 - CY2014 is NJ-MS-40 in Chatham 2.4 miles to my East-North-East.  View
10/1/2022  NM-BR-183 NMBernalillo Near Normal General Awareness
Cool weather, annuals dying off but will leave lots of seed for future.  View
10/1/2022  NM-BR-239 NMBernalillo Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
September ended with 0.32" of rain on the 28th. The month was dry - a total of 0.61", less than half of the PRISM 30-yr average value of 1.34. The 2022 water year is complete. Our total was 7.77", about 3 inches below the normal of 10.93" Plant growth has stopped for the season and this year there are far fewer autumn flowers than usual, and only a few grasshoppers. Some trees still look stressed and dry, never having recovered from the very dry spring season. Our water supply is adequate.  View
10/1/2022  NY-CQ-22 NYChautauqua Moderately Wet General Awareness
Very wet from the heavy rainfall from 9/25-9/26  View
10/1/2022  NY-ES-12 NYEssex Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Normal for this time of year. Great deal of cool, cloudy weather, with reasonable precipitation. Grasses/sedges are still lush, field are green, and stream height is norma., perhaps a titch high. Leaf color changes in early phase, with good mix of red and yellow/gold. Birches actively losing leaves, but maples, beeches, ash and aspen still holding theirs.  View
10/1/2022  NY-MR-89 NYMonroe Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Week of (9/24/22-10/1/22) saw some improvement in the precipitation totals. The precipitation during this week was a total of 0.79 inches and that was slightly more since the last update of a total of 0.64 inches for the previous week of (9/17/22-9/24/22). The total rain amount for September was 2.81 inches of rain (same as the month at the Rochester, NY airport), which is slightly below average compared to 3.18 inches for the Rochester, NY area according to the climatology report. The lawn has a few brown spots and plant conditions are OK and the plants/trees leaves are changing color for fall. The ground is still a little hard and a little dry. Voluntary watering isn't taking place right now due to the cold nights and cooler days of Fall.  View
10/1/2022  NY-OR-18 NYOrange Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Only.2" this week. Swamps, streams and lakes are still low. Autumn leaves are turning slowly, only about 5% changed.  View
10/1/2022  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Mildly Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Patchy frost in the morning and mostly sunny and cool with a light breeze, becoming mostly cloudy. The high temperature was around sixty degrees and the low around forty three degrees Fahrenheit. Songbirds are eating consistently. Intermittent streams are flowing at fall levels. Jerusalem Artichokes are in full bloom. Trees are around twenty percent in color change. Some corn is being harvested.  View
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