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9/26/2021  AZ-CH-72 AZCochise Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
0.13 inches precip this week. Seems normal. Grass and weeds continuing to dry. Gila Monster at my front door! Fewer mosquitos. All but one road puddle dried up.  
9/26/2021  AZ-NV-42 AZNavajo Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
A dry week with mostly average temperatures. Some moisture did threaten late in the week with cloudy skies and some drops of rain Saturday morning but that was it. We did have some cool, fall like, mornings with temperatures in the low 40's. The low of the week was 42° on Tuesday and the high of the week was 81° on Wednesday. Surrounding areas with grasses and plants are drying out with the grasses mostly brown now. The swallow that has been roosting under the eaves left a few days ago. The beans in the vegetable garden are slowing down their production but the tomatoes and zucchini are still producing in abundance. Some plants in the yard, such as the burning bush and blueberries, are starting to change color.  
9/26/2021  AZ-PM-172 AZPima Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
slightly cooler temps towards the end of the week and little wind slowed down moisture evaporation for the plants. Lots of hummingbird activity.  
9/26/2021  AZ-SC-10 AZSanta Cruz Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
the weather is getting cooler and the small rains are bringing our conditions more normal for this time of year. Temps in the 60's in the AM. No noticeable winter birds, yet.  
9/26/2021  AR-PL-1 ARPolk Mildly Dry General Awareness
We received 0.33” of rainfall this week and conditions are drier than normal. Temperatures have been moderate with highs in the 70s for most of the week but it’s warming up into the 80s now. Humidity levels have not been very high. Plants and crops are starting to show signs of drought stress and local streams are getting very low. Wildfire risk is increasing but is still not significant at this time.  
9/26/2021  AR-PL-7 ARPolk Mildly Dry General Awareness
Very little rain this past week.  
9/26/2021  AR-SL-35 ARSaline Mildly Dry General Awareness
The rain we've gotten over the past 10 days (total 2.31")along with more moderate temperatures have definitely helped. Lawns & roadside vegetation no longer look stressed. My very thirsty big-leaf hydrangea is the bellwether & it hasn't required watering this week. I wasn't constantly enveloped in a choking cloud of dust when I mowed the yard yesterday, although certain areas were still quite dusty as usual. While recent rains modestly improved surface moisture, the small local stream still shows dry spots & isn't flowing.  
9/26/2021  CO-EP-371 COEl Paso Moderately Dry General Awareness
Only a trace of precipitation since last report. Soil sample down to three inches observed mostly dry soil that made dust when disturbed. Aspen leaves have not started to turn yet. Did hear the Great Horned Owl hooting from the north side of the house one evening. This afternoon is very warm and dry at 84F and RH: 17%. Weeds are starting to dry out and crunch when walking on them.  
9/26/2021  CO-GR-52 COGrand Moderately Dry General Awareness
In the early morning hours on Monday 9-20-2021 we got 0.71" of rain. That combined with slightly cooler temperatures has improved soil conditions at least for the short term.  
9/26/2021  CO-LP-35 COLa Plata Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Ground is getting packed, dusty on th foot trails. Deer are eating everything green. No bears in our area this season. Sure hope tomorrow & days following bring much needed rain. Feel like snow in the air. First herd of sheep, 2500 have come off the mountains, last group this week, another 2500 sheep heading down Tuesday.  
9/26/2021  CO-LR-987 COLarimer Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Worried about wildfire again. Tall grasses drying out, much hotter than normal for September. We have not had several days with significant amounts of rain since the first week of August. Wildlife will be hungry and thirsty before winter if this keeps up.  
9/26/2021  CT-FR-9 CTFairfield Moderately Wet General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
A surprise 3" of rain this week, has made the ground wet-to-muddy, and the rivers and streams are flowing WELL above normal for this time of year. This has not been the dry September, filled with zeros, of years past.  
9/26/2021  CT-NL-56 CTNew London Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Ponds are full, roads and low flat areas are damp but no standing water. Soil moisture is high from recent rains.  
9/26/2021  CT-TL-27 CTTolland Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Water Supply & Quality
Since the last report, precipitation has totaled 2.25 inches, leaving the ground mildly wet. Grass remains green, with a few leaves starting to turn. There have been seasonably warm temperatures and sun, which sustained late season production of eggplant, peppers, squash, etc. Business has continued active, with many shops advertising for workers. Fire danger remains low. COVID-19 infections in this area remain relatively low, but indoor mask requirements are widespread. Water supplies remain strong.  
9/26/2021  DE-NC-73 DENew Castle Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Another quiet week with only one rainy day. Nonetheless, the grass and foliage is still green and healthy. Usually, we'd be wondering if the dead grass was going to come back to life in time for one more mowing to set the stage for winter, but we've mowed regularly all summer this year. Temperatures finally went below summer heat levels toward the end of this week, and it feels lovely to sleep with the windows open. We have a new neighbor, and he wasn't particularly receptive to my attempts to discuss the wildlife that inhabits his backyard, which includes a herd of rabbits under his patio. He's put up a tall wooden fence, which worries me somewhat, because it will inhibit movement for the rabbits. It is tightly sunk into the ground, and I am concerned for their welfare. So far, he hasn't installed the gate, and I hope that the rabbits have responded to the noise and chaos of the movers and the owner's last-minute repairs, and left for a more friendly environment. I haven't seen them lately. Who would fence their yard in so tightly? We are all a part of our environment, and while we have a low wire fence on our property line, it is easy enough for animals to cross it. The new owner plans to cut down his trees too! Obviously the American Dream looks different in each household. Anyway, to get back to the weather, it's super nice here this weekend. Looking forward to some real autumn weather, which is my favorite season.  
9/26/2021  FL-CY-38 FLClay Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
2.83" this week, most of that falling on one day. We have some standing water on the road but it is draining or evaporating rapidly. Plant growth slowing down.  
9/26/2021  FL-DV-13 FLDuval Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Another wet week here at the beach. Some dry weather now forecast for the next five days though.  
9/26/2021  FL-OR-40 FLOrange Near Normal General Awareness
Dry season appears to have begun early  
9/26/2021  GA-CO-3 GACook Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
6" soil temp 74.8 F. /// 6" soil moisture 40 %. Grass groth slowing. Oak Acorn droping.  
9/26/2021  GA-FL-23 GAFloyd Mildly Wet General Awareness
limited activities  
9/26/2021  GA-MD-5 GAMcDuffie Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Recent rain has maintained pond, plants, etc.  
9/26/2021  HI-KI-2 HIKauai Mildly Wet General Awareness
Fire
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Rain showers take the edge off of drought conditions on the westside of the island; hoping for lower temps during the day though ...  
9/26/2021  ID-AD-9 IDAda Severely Dry Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Sept. 19-25, 2021: a trace more than 0.07 in. for the week with nearly all rain occurring as showers before 6 AM on Sept. 19. Storms moving NE through the basin but not passing over this location. Gardens and yards continue to move from summer to fall, flowers fading and drying up. Sunflowers, shasta daisys, hollyhocks, and some mint varieties are still blooming--favorites of hummingbirds and bees. Foliage of some trees are turning yellow and beginning to fall. Sage pollen counts have gone from relatively low to extreme after the little bit of rain earlier this week. Pairs of hawks are actively hunting over the neighborhood. Air quality has been in green or low yellow AQI because weather systems have kept the CA and OR fire smoke south of ID, but air flow patterns will be changing when a cold front moves in early this coming week. Lucky Peak, Arrowrock, and Anderson Ranch reservoirs in the upper Boise River basin are at 15%, 16%, and 35% of capacity. New York canal off the Boise River has been shut off, about a month early. Fire danger remains extreme.  
9/26/2021  IL-CP-1 ILChampaign Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Rained on 5 days this week for a total of 1.49". Precip this month running near to slightly below normal. Corn harvest is moving along, some soybeans being harvested.  
9/26/2021  IL-CK-316 ILCook Mildly Dry General Awareness
Grass continues to turn brown. We did have some light rain showers during the week.  
9/26/2021  IL-CK-336 ILCook Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
This week, my station received 0.75 inches of rain, up from 0.03 inches last week. Over the past 4 weeks, my station has received 1.07 inches of rain. Conditions are currently Moderately Dry. The rain this week did refresh the plants and grass a bit, but overall they are still looking dry. Warm and windy weather over the last few days hasn’t helped. I needed to water my porch plants this week, in spite of the rain. Trees are still flagging, although it is getting harder to distinguish drought distress from the beginning of fall. The hummingbirds seem to have left and there aren’t many insects or birds around.  
9/26/2021  IL-DP-155 ILDu Page Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
No significant rain in several weeks, lawns are dormant and many trees are dropping leaves with some already completely bare. Corn and soybean harvest is underway and is about 3 weeks earlier than normal due to the drought conditions. Rivers and streams are well below normal, with some completely dried up.  
9/26/2021  IL-GY-27 ILGrundy Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
.89 inches of rain this past week, keeping us fairly normal for this tie of the year. The lake remains at a steady level. Near normal September Temps some warmer days, some cooler days with lower humidity. Harvest is underway with some very nice yields coming in. No tree color as of yet, trees and plants look very good. All in all,, Gorgeous weather last week.  
9/26/2021  IL-KN-67 ILKane Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Significant rain this week resulted in a return to near normal conditions for this time of year.  
9/26/2021  IL-LS-34 ILLa Salle Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
0.54" of rain this week. Grass needs less than a weekly mowing now. I gave the south flower beds one watering. The shady beds are fine without it.  
9/26/2021  IL-MCH-13 ILMcHenry Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
The U.S. Drought Monitor continues to rate my station area as Moderate Drought. I am changing my condition scale bar to Moderately Dry. This week my gauge recorded a total of 0.55 inches of rain - but with only 1.43 inches for the entire month, the dry conditions are intensifying. Water restrictions remain in place in surrounding communities, the soil is dry, raised beds and flower pots need to be watered every other day. A local nursery sent an advisory to water trees and shrubs to get them through this dry period. Brown leaves are falling from trees and grass is browning out. Newspapers and tv stations are advising not to burn or start fires because of the dry conditions and wind.  
9/26/2021  IL-MCL-2 ILMcLean Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Rain this past week greened up the lawn, and some, not all, of the cracks in the ground are gone. Crops are drying well, and on days when field work can be done, the cornfields are coming out quickly.  
9/26/2021  IL-ME-9 ILMenard Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Menard Co., IL, September 26, 2021: Just over an inch and a half of rain this week has kept the grass and plants happy and the local creek is flowing normally again.  
9/26/2021  IL-TZ-26 ILTazewell Near Normal The week started with a 1.22" rain and then added a 0.23" rain 4 days later for a reported total 1.45". My condition remains normal but not dry like last week! The water has greened up some of the dry patches of my lawn and increased the pond level a couple of inches but not quite enough to have any overflow. The local creek is flowing a little more this week too. The ground soaked up much of these rains, so runoff was not a big deal. The farmers lost only one day this week waiting for the fields to dry up enough to continue our harvest. Many of the corn fields have been picked and some have been tilled while the bean fields have not been started yet.  
9/26/2021  IN-BN-53 INBoone Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Finally some reasonable rains passed through  
9/26/2021  IN-OW-9 INOwen Near Normal General Awareness
Normal conditions, no adverse affects  
9/26/2021  IN-PR-3 INParke Mildly Dry Agriculture
last week saw a nice three day soaker rain temps more seasonal harvest still going strong  
9/26/2021  IN-RP-4 INRipley Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
3.5 inches of rain this week. The back pond is overflowing. Grass is very lush, most of the flowers still look very good. Temperature dropped on Sept 23; I had to turn the heat on in the house. 44 degrees this morning. Haven't seen hummingbirds in a few days.  
9/26/2021  IA-BC-9 IABuchanan Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
A total of 0.80 for precipitation for this week. Pastures and Lawns are and look about the best they have all season. back to mowing once a week or oftener. Will have to bush Hog the pastures one last time in the next couple of weeks depending on the weather to lay by for winter. Still a lot of tomatoes in garden, a good year for them at this location. Neighbor to North started picking Corn Wednesday, His brother to the West, Friday. Minimal Masking, most places still looking for help. Not far off the Acres this week.  
9/26/2021  IA-TY-2 IATaylor Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Crops starting to come out, looks like yields will be respectable. Topsoil and subsoil are very dry and hard. Lawns and pastures still green with very little growth. No base flow, no tile lines running for some now. Rivers and ponds getting lower each week. Creeks are dry.  
9/26/2021  IA-WR-5 IAWarren Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
The moderately dry conditions continue as this location received only two-tenths of rain the past week. Temperatures were near normal as water sources continue to lower slowly. Crops have turned yellow fairly quickly in the past week. Local farmers have not really begun harvest yet, although there are several soybeans fields harvested driving into town. The lawn is very dry and brittle with cracks beginning to appear. Watering of newly planted trees and some parts of the garden and flowers continues.  
9/26/2021  KS-SG-116 KSSedgwick Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Only trace amounts of rain since last report. Ground is dry with the first 1/2 inch crumbly but not dusty, thus not severely dry yet. Wild life continues to be seen near residential areas and have end seen predators. Warm season grasses are still half dormant but can't tell if that is due to lack of rain or the change in season as the amount of sun has dropped off significantly. Cool season grasses are perking up some but would likely be more if the rain was more abundant. Curing is about 60% still. Creeks and ponds are still below normal.  
9/26/2021  KY-CW-3 KYCalloway Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
We had 1.46" of rain this week, but it soaked in well and was needed. All the plants and wildlife continue to thrive with squirrels staying busy collecting for the winter. We continue to get just enough rain to keep everything healthy and abundant.  
9/26/2021  LA-LY-7 LALafayette Parish Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Ground is cracking in sunny areas and near trees but shady areas are still moist. Potted plants need daily watering but in ground plants are not wilting.  
9/26/2021  LA-OC-5 LAOuachita Parish Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Somewhat cooler and fall-like temperatures, as well as nearly 1.50" of rain the past week keep northeast Louisiana in a "near normal" condition.  
9/26/2021  ME-HN-58 MEHancock Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The woods are loaded with mushrooms, streams are high.  
9/26/2021  ME-LN-1 MELincoln Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
2.82 inches of rain for the past week, all but .03 from the three day rain of 9/24 - 9/26. No flooding but standing water in portions of the pasture. Stream level up and moving faster. Maple trees are loosing leaves but not much color, mostly yellows. Most of garden done for the year but part of that is due to deer. Nights have been very mild.  
9/26/2021  ME-LN-13 MELincoln Mildly Wet General Awareness
Wet ground, high water bodies for season. New crop of small, high pitched mosquitos which is highly unusual for this season.  
9/26/2021  ME-SG-16 MESagadahoc Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
During the last 12 hours nearly 4 inches of rain has fallen. The effects of this have yet to be determined but a boat bailing is surely needed. Mushrooms have been beyond memory. The freezer is full and foraging discouraged. The foliage has yet to change and fields are lush and green. Woods work will be impossible until the ground freezes.  
9/26/2021  MD-HR-23 MDHarford Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Temps were Normal to below Normal the last 7 days...Total Precip this week: 2.44" of Rain...Surface Soils are damp to muddy in fields...2 trees fell in last storm as well as numerous branches from diseased and or rotten trees. The western field is rutted and washed out in spots from recent heavy rains the last 2 months. 6.01" Rain increase this September to date compared to September of 2020. Soil Temps fell & Soil Moisture rose slightly"... **High Centibar Readings mean drier soil...ie; 0 = Saturated Soil..120 or above = Severe Drought **Current Soil Readings @ 7am: Current Surface Soil Temp: 52F...Grass Temp: 51F... 2 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 65F...Soil Moisture: 9 Centibars.. 6 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 64F...Soil Moisture: 7 Centibars.. 24 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 67F...Soil Moisture: 4 Centibars.. 36 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 67F...Soil Moisture: 17 Centibars.. Birds were more active at the feeders and less active in the fountain. All Bluebird houses have Bluebirds. 0 Bog Turtles have been seen...Hummingbirds have been scare... No area farms have harvested yet... Creek Status: Water Level & Flow are normal. AC not needed Friday and Saturday...  
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