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7/3/2022  AK-SF-4 AKSoutheast Fairbanks Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Water Supply & Quality
Very warm, over 80 some days. Need to water garden every day. Trouble keeping house cool. Water in local rivers rising from glacial melt; air very smokey some days from wildfires.  View
7/3/2022  AZ-CH-72 AZCochise Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
1.53 inches precip this week. Local washes not flowing. Cave Creek up in Portal not flowing either. Tarantulas and Tarantula Hawk wasps out. Puddles with tadpoles. Couple minutes of pea sized clear hail Friday. June total has this area one of the wettest in Arizona during this June.  View
7/3/2022  AZ-NV-42 AZNavajo Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
The monsoon continued with measurable rain from thunderstorms on most days but not a lot. .28 inches last Sunday was the most rain on a single day with some rain on five additional days. The total rainfall for the week was .57 inches. Temperatures were mild with high temperatures in the mid 70's to low 80's. The high of the week was 83° on Thursday. The low of the week was 51° also on Thursday. The surrounding areas are slowly starting to "green up". The yard is starting to look very lush and the tomatoes in the vegetable garden are doing very well with one plant having some tomatoes on the vine. But the green beans are very slow with their growth which isn't that unusual. Besides the ever present birds, no other wildlife observed.  View
7/3/2022  AZ-PM-172 AZPima Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Desert plants are still recovering from 2-month periods without rain and below average rain last year. Birds, cottontails and ground squirrels are very active.  View
7/3/2022  AR-PL-1 ARPolk Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
We received 0.11” of rainfall this week and temperatures have been normal. Conditions are slightly drier than average since we’ve only had 0.40” of rainfall in the last 3 weeks. Soil moisture and streamflows are low and plants/crops are showing some signs of drought stress especially in the afternoon. The small stream nearby is completely dry now but that’s not unusual in summer/fall. Fire danger is still not significant but is increasing.  View
7/3/2022  AR-PS-96 ARPulaski Moderately Dry General Awareness
Now past 3 weeks without rain, ground is drying, grasses and weeds are shriveling, and some trees are developing some brown branches. in addition to the raised bed garden, we are now watering the peach tree.  View
7/3/2022  CA-OR-67 CAOrange Near Normal General Awareness
Partly Cloudy, Cool, Calm  View
7/3/2022  CO-AU-37 COArchuleta Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Garden is growing wonderfully and I don't have to water! Weeds are easy to pull.  View
7/3/2022  CO-BO-522 COBoulder Mildly Dry General Awareness
I'm still getting into the swing of condition monitoring reports. Things are usually dry where I live, so I'm not sure whether to put in "Near Normal" or "Mildly Dry". I think Mildly Dry is a better description. No water restrictions are in place, but folks are generally aware of their water usage at most times.  View
7/3/2022  CO-LP-122 COLa Plata Mildly Wet General Awareness
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Water Supply & Quality
The monsoon-ish pattern of the last few weeks has brought continued, intermittent moisture to the region. I have measured 0.7 inches over the last seven days, which is significantly more than I am used to seeing. The soil in my yard and adjacent green space remained moist due to cloudy days and lower daily temperatures. Grass and clover in the yard are flourishing; mushrooms have actually sprouted up in the yard! Wild grasses in the green space are tall and green and junipers and pinons seem rejuvenated with the moisture. Our swamp cooler as run less than usual, with indoor temperatures staying under 78°F for a few days this week. The Animas River flow was on a steady decline after the peak of 06.27.22 as I would expect, given the precipitation in the region. It is signifcantly below median flow for this time of year. (I follow the USGS water data site) Fire restrictions have been lowered to Stage 1 in LaPlata County and San Juan National Forest. Overall, local conditions are wetter than I have see in a long time, although I would characterize them only as mildly wet in the context of the last few months.  View
7/3/2022  CO-LR-1272 COLarimer Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Might be on the dry side of near normal, but the meadow is still green and the wildflowers are in full bloom (sulphers, gaillardia, penstemon and a few others). The chipmunks are plentiful and are foraging everywhere. Wyoming ground squirrels have started to decrease their activity. I have not seen any deer or elk in the past week. Lots of bird activity around the flower garden. The garden only needs spot watering for a few of the new plantings. A little bit of snow is visible up on Hagues Peak and Mummy Mountain from my window. We are under fire restrictions in Larimer County and in the Estes Valley as well as at Rocky Mountain National Park.  View
7/3/2022  CT-NL-56 CTNew London Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
top inch of soil is very dry, next several inches is damp but not moist. Growth not much slowed.  View
7/3/2022  CT-WN-26 CTWindham Mildly Dry General Awareness
June's 4.98" of rain has helped to fill in the brown areas on our lawn with some new green growth but the previous damage is still evident. 2.22" of rain in the last 7 days so we haven't had to water anything other then new plantings.  View
7/3/2022  FL-BY-24 FLBay Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
3.87 inches of rain fell over 5 of 7 days. The periods of rain spanned only a few hours each day and usually was followed by sunshine and milder than normal temperatures. Being our city is a major destination for summer vacationing, this 4th of July weekend is no exception to that rule. The beaches are packed with folks who are mentally escaping the reality of a declining economy and a lull in the covid pandemic. The public seems more than willing to spend their last "hurrah" this summer. Thanks for the economy train-wreck Mr. Biden and Vladimir Putin. Despite climate change fears, our weather is typical for this time of year. I am 65 years old and the weather today is exactly as I remember it to be as a child. Fear is killing people not the climate! Vegetation is full and lush.  View
7/3/2022  FL-BW-166 FLBroward Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
It has been typically very hot & humid, “temperatures in the 90’s feels like over 100”. While we have had some rain it seems that the storms have avoided my area.  View
7/3/2022  FL-DV-13 FLDuval Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Over 2" of much needed rain in the past two days have broken a drought here at the beach that started on May 22nd.  View
7/3/2022  FL-LK-5 FLLake Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Summer rains finally have resumed lending to more typical lcs for the season. Soils are moist, fire sensitivity is mod-low & area lakes/ponds are about half full. Irrigation may be necessary on days w/o rain. Landscape is lush green.  View
7/3/2022  FL-OR-40 FLOrange Near Normal Seabreeze thunderstorms now in daily cycle, some at this location about every other day depending on mesoscale conditions. On 7/2 we had a very strong TS with intense lightning and thunder, torrential downpours.  View
7/3/2022  FL-OS-36 FLOsceola Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Conditions are improving as the rain returns. Non-irrigated foliage - grasses, shrubs and trees - are recovering. Leaf litter under the trees is still very dry. Water has returned to most ditches and canals. Thankfully risk of fire is somewhat reduced as most people in this area will shoot off firearms and fireworks without consideration of risk or consequences.  View
7/3/2022  GA-CO-3 GACook Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
6" soil temp 80.9 F. /// 6" soil moisture 27 % /////////////////////////////////////////////// Week Water Balance Summary Precip Evap Amt Water Balance 1.66 1.10 0.56///////////////////////// 18.68 19.98 -1.30 (year) Summary June 27, 2022 - July 3, 2022: High Low Average: Temperature 96.6 °F 67.6 °F 78.1 °F. Dew Point 78.6 °F 59.7 °F 72.3 °F. Humidity 99 % 34 % 85 %. Precipitation 1.62 in.  View
7/3/2022  GA-MD-5 GAMcDuffie Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Pond is still down but soil is improving.  View
7/3/2022  IL-CP-1 ILChampaign Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Only 0.02" rain this week. Ended June with 0.91" for the month, 3.84" below normal. Cracks in the ground. Leaves on corn plans are curled during the day and most fields look shorter than they usually are by early July. Pond behind me continues to drop.  View
7/3/2022  IL-DW-10 ILDe Witt Moderately Dry General Awareness
The 1.76 inches of rain that was received a week ago, was once again followed by dry and warm weather. The rain provided enough moisture for a brief recovery in grass and plants. However, due to the lack of rainfall in a week, grass has once again returned to its previous brown state. This is true for grass that receives full sun. Watering is necessary to keep annual plants alive and perennial plants are showing stress. There are 1/4 to 1 inch cracks in the soil.  View
7/3/2022  IL-KX-9 ILKnox Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
We have received some rain but we are still on the dry side of things.  View
7/3/2022  IL-LS-34 ILLa Salle Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
0.29" of rain this week. I went a full week without having to mow the lawn and am watering flower beds generously every third day. We have an influx of crows, which I had not seen or heard for at least several years. Regardless of the dryness, the town has not banned individuals setting off their own fireworks. Lots of bangs and flashes until midnight last night, but no fire sirens. Somehow, regardless of dry conditions, my soybean crop south of here in equally dry Woodford County continues to do well.  View
7/3/2022  IL-MCL-2 ILMcLean Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
A dry week has definitely put stress on the corn crop. Pineappling is starting in early/mid morning to conserve moisture. Growth has slowed in the crops, the lawns and gardens. I am having to water the raised garden twice daily. We need rain here in McLean county, but there doesn't seem to be much of a chance in the coming week-just more hot, humid weather.  View
7/3/2022  IL-WN-50 ILWinnebago Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Soil is rock hard. cannot get a shovel in. Some trees are showing drought stress. Lawns are browning. Corn leaves roll in the afternoon but beans are not looking bad, just not much growth.  View
7/3/2022  IL-WF-14 ILWoodford Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Rainfall just keeping up with soil needs so that while lawn and pasture have dry spots, overall they are in good condition for the first of July. Creeks are low but only as expected. All rainfall is soaking in so very little runoff. Prairie plants blooming as expected.  View
7/3/2022  IN-HM-34 INHamilton Mildly Dry Fire
Lawn grasses have lost the lush greenness of a month ago. Perhaps now 50% green 50% straw color.Only .03 " of rain since .41 reported on June 14th. Numerous 3/8" cracks in soil.  View
7/3/2022  IN-MD-38 INMadison Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
We've had no rain for 18 of the last 19 days with the one day observing only 0.02". It is extremely dry. Local crops do not look as healthy as before with drought stress showing a little. The section of our lawn not being watered weekly is browning and the ground is cracked and very dry. We've had several days where significant rainfalls were predicted but nothing materialized. Another week of zero rain could put us into the "Severely Dry" condition easily.  View
7/3/2022  IN-MR-190 INMarion Moderately Dry Plants & Wildlife
Grass has gone dormant, yards browning, some plant loss, having to water potted tomato plants daily, bird baths and water pans have to be refilled daily  View
7/3/2022  IN-OW-9 INOwen Mildly Dry General Awareness
No adverse affects  View
7/3/2022  IN-RP-4 INRipley Mildly Dry Getting pretty dry. My focus has shifted from mowing the grass to watering the flowers and garden. We got a bit of rain this week, not enough to soak the ground. And it's been hot, high 80's to 90's.  View
7/3/2022  IN-WS-14 INWashington Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Driving around the county it appears that it is severely dry. Brown lawns are showing up in many places. I heard about a farmer that I know who said that he was in trouble in some of the areas that he farmed. In some of the fields the corn is "corn rolling". The ears are rolling up trying to conserve moisture.  View
7/3/2022  IA-BH-6 IABlack Hawk Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
June had over 7 inches of rain at site with 3.7 falling on the 25th of June. All areas impacted are normal. Lawns, gardens looking good. Nearby cornfields are looking excellent with deep emerald green color. Beans are still needing to catch up for some reason. Nearby Cedar River is running normal. There was standing water in spots just east of town in medians and lower areas of farm fields.  View
7/3/2022  IA-BC-9 IABuchanan Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Only 0.02 in. for recorded rain at this location for the week. Our welcome 1.78 the previous week is fast drying up but pastures, lawns & flowers and Gardens are still looking o.k. at this point. Hopefully the forecast rain for the next few day's will become a reality. In travels to the North of this location yesterday, crops looked good. Our Hay Guy brought us some Hay baled earlier and is not looking for another cutting until later in the season. Camp Grounds full and a lot of people out and about and on the river celebrating the 4th.  View
7/3/2022  IA-TY-2 IATaylor Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
During hot days corn is starting to roll, spots of thin soil are showing some stress. Lawns are starting to turn brown. Tile lines and creeks are slowing down to a trickle. Leaning towards mildly dry.  View
7/3/2022  KS-DK-65 KSDickinson Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
I have Record 1.52 inches this week at my Station. Other places in the County have had over 3 inches this week. Water is standing in Fields. Farmers where able to get the Wheat out of the Fields this week. Friday and Sat. we got all the Rain.  View
7/3/2022  KY-CW-3 KYCalloway Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
25 days with no measurable rain. Plants and grass are beginning to show stress. I am watering those plants that are on the porch and in planters.  View
7/3/2022  KY-CB-10 KYCampbell Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Condition is between near normal and mildly dry. The 0.35” of rain yesterday was ample enough to prevent this area from slipping into mildly dry. The lawns are moderately green. The soil surface is beginning to become a little dry; but the moisture is still ample at greater depths. Stream flow is below normal. Pond level near normal. If we do not get a significant rainfall event in 3 days, a intermin condition monitoring report will be issued on Wednesday July 6, 2022 to change the condition to mildly dry. The trees are still doing well. The grass growth is beginning to slow considerably and still is moderately green with a trace of brownness in a few areas.  View
7/3/2022  LA-NT-2 LANatchitoches Parish Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
June 12th thru June 30th, 2022: Per U.S. Drought Monitor, a MODERATE DROUGHT (D1) STATUS here. Noticeable grass vegetation damage.  View
7/3/2022  LA-OC-5 LAOuachita Parish Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
With 1.70" of well-spaced rain this past week, northeast Louisiana moved back into a "near normal" condition. Helping is more seasonal temperatures in the low 90s as daily highs. The rain has helped my lawn get more plush and full, and minimized daily watering for flowers and vegetables to keep them from wilting.  View
7/3/2022  LA-RP-7 LARapides Parish Near Normal General Awareness
Received over two inches of rain over the past week which has helped to alleviate the dry conditions that had been developing (the prior two weeks had no measurable rainfall and abnormally hot temps). Temps not as hot this past week. Ground soaked in the rainfall. Soil is moist in vegetable garden but no standing water. Grass and vegetation seems more lush.  View
7/3/2022  ME-HN-58 MEHancock Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
another just in time rain relieves me for the moment of watering by drip and hose. Crops growing well, more and more flowers bursting out, perennials and self-seeders. Potato bug patrol continues, so far successfully.  View
7/3/2022  ME-SG-16 MESagadahoc Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Occasional light showers have slowed the drying process but still it is quite evident that thirsty plants wish for heavier precipitation. Peas from a watered garden are two feet higher than one away from the hose.  View
7/3/2022  ME-WL-8 MEWaldo Mildly Dry General Awareness
The yards and garden still look dry but may recover a bit after an inch of rain yesterday. Grass is still brown and crunchy in places and the garden had to be watered. The top inch or so of soil in the garden had no moisture but with watering it is nice and green and growing normally.  View
7/3/2022  MD-BL-25 MDBaltimore Mildly Wet General Awareness
condition is wet. We had 2.30 inches of rain last night.  View
7/3/2022  MD-HR-23 MDHarford Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Temps were normal the last 7 days...Total Precip: 0.59" Rain... Surface Soils have been dry and hard but are slightly damp from overnight shower...grass is browning out in spots and has Red Thread & Rust fungus. Many Plants and shrubs do not look good...some samples have been sent for analysis still waiting for results...Mowing cause large amounts of dust to become airborne... Soil Temps were mainly steady and Soil Moisture fell... **High Centibar Readings mean drier soil...ie; 0 = Saturated Soil..120 or above = Severe Drought **Current Soil Readings @ 7am: Current Surface Soil Temp: 69F...Grass Temp: 68.2F.. 2 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 71F...Soil Moisture: 70 Centibars.. 6 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 74F...Soil Moisture: 57 Centibars.. 24 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 72F...Soil Moisture: 38 Centibars.. 36 in. Depth: Soil Temp: 66F...Soil Moisture: 27 Centibars.. Birds were active at the feeders and fountain...All Bluebird houses have Bluebirds. 3 Bog Turtles were seen...Hummingbirds have been seen more often this week....Honey Bee numbers have increased. Bumble Bees are still low in numbers so far this season...Trees, shrubs, wildlife are not doing well in general... No farm activity this week. Creek level and flow are below normal...  View
7/3/2022  MA-BA-2 MABarnstable Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
The 0.50" of rain this week helped with the deficit. The grass in the lawn has slowed its growth considerably but remains mostly green. Some plantings need water but most plants and trees are fine. Animals and birds are normal, and small ponds are close to full. Tourists are abundant as evidenced by lots of traffic, busy stores, and beach parking lots full by mid morning. Overall, a little dry right now.  View
7/3/2022  MA-BA-57 MABarnstable Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
As expected, we closed out the third quarter of the water year with a significant deficit to average: down all three months, and a combined deficit of 3.44” to average for the quarter. The aquifer-fed pond is managing to maintain its level, despite an increase in cranberry irrigation, but we’re finally beginning to see visual sign of the dryness. Grasses are growing much more slowly and lawn areas that receive full sun are starting to show signs of stress and browning out. My veggie garden would look like hell if I wasn’t watering it. Wildlife activity continues to be more or less normal.  View
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