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6/18/2024  CA-OR-67 CAOrange Near Normal General Awareness
Overcast, Cool, Calm  View
6/18/2024  CO-BO-568 COBoulder Mildly Dry General Awareness
Not much precipitation this month and less then 0.5 inches since May 1st. High temperatures have been in the 80s and 90s. Hot, gusty winds are stressing the non-irrigated plants even more.  View
6/18/2024  IL-KD-126 ILKendall Severely Dry General Awareness
Soil has turned to hard crusty like rock, plants withering need watering several times a day. Large cracks have formed up to 1/2 wide. From a UofI master Gardner!  View
6/18/2024  IL-WF-14 ILWoodford Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Things are drying out and growth in pasture and lawn has slowed significantly. But crops are progressing normally, creeks are running a little higher than usual, This hot dry week could push us to the dry side.  View
6/18/2024  IN-WS-27 INWashington Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
I am now feeding my honeybees daily and providing water due to dry conditions. Local streams not flowing and only have some standing pools in them. Watering garden and flowers nightly due to upper 90 temps. Its been 16 days since last rainfall that was impactful of.59 on 6/2/24.  View
6/18/2024  KY-LN-9 KYLincoln Mildly Dry General Awareness
Mildly dry for my area.  View
6/18/2024  MA-NF-1 MANorfolk Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Conditions have become a little drier over the past week but are still within the normal range. Short term dryness is starting to appear. Lawns are showing signs of drying out somewhat in sunny areas but shaded areas remain green. Plants are still thriving and have not yet required watering. Recent downpours over the weekend helped too. Levels on ponds and lakes remain very high and no watering restrictions are in effect. Given the upcoming dry and hot weather, some watering in the early morning will become necessary.  View
6/18/2024  MN-MC-5 MNMcLeod Severely Wet Water pooling in the grass in my backyard. Tree leaves are turning yellow from too much rain. Farm fields have standing water in them. Water in basements. Buffalo Creek is about to spill over it's banks. This month we have had 9.61 inches of rain.  View
6/18/2024  MN-PN-53 MNPine Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
River and Creek levels are at normal even after the rain. The ground is soaking up the water with very little standing water. Grass is growing moderately, around 2-3 inches a week. No signs of dry herbaceous material right now but no signs of flooded areas either. No burn bans in place.  View
6/18/2024  MN-SH-39 MNSherburne Moderately Wet General Awareness
Rain yesterday 0.46 Windy today with thunderstorms after 6:00 P.M.  View
6/18/2024  NM-TR-21 NMTorrance Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Still a little greener than normal. Cactus are all blooming. Looking forward to the predicted moisture later this week. Praying for all those folks in Ruidoso. Fire danger has increased here with hot, dry conditions. Wildlife and livestock seem to be doing well.  View
6/18/2024  NY-KN-59 NYKings Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
After one inch of rain four days ago it has been hot and dry. Some brown lawn patches at the Brooklyn Bridge Park, and drooping elderflower bushes. At night we see only one or two fireflies, rather than dozens.(A neighboring garden was cleared this spring and turfed-over). Honeysuckle is in bloom, still. A heat advisory is in effect for the next week, beginning today.  View
6/18/2024  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Mostly sunny and hot with light winds becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon, then partly cloudy overnight. The high temperature was around eighty four degrees, and the low around sixty nine degrees Fahrenheit. Songbirds are eating consistently. Phlox, Meadow Rue and Soapwort are blooming, Multifloral Roses are in full bloom. Gooseberries are appearing, Corn is almost 18 to 24 inches tall. Late planted short-season corn is beginning to sprout. Planted alfalfa is around 8 to 10 inches tall.  View
6/18/2024  OR-CY-15 ORCurry Near Normal General Awareness
Cool nights, of warm days, plenty of moisture in the air, and a lot of stiff wind, enough to take small, healthy, branches off the fir trees. The spring crossing Carpenterille Road at DeMoss Road is still flowing.  View
6/18/2024  PA-WS-38 PAWashington Mildly Wet General Awareness
Temp 88F. Dew point 98F. Humidity 66%. Miserable weather right now at 10:35AM.  View
6/18/2024  SC-YR-64 SCYork Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Not much rain has occurred lately in the area except for a brief shower yesterday morning. But because we had a very wet spring and near normal winter rain wise, everything is growing well. Nearby Lake Wylie is at near normal pond.  View
6/18/2024  UT-SL-96 UTSalt Lake Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Conditions have become dry at lower elevations with moderate to high fire danger. Watering needs have been high for most lawn and garden plants. Fire danger remains fairly low at higher elevations. This rating reflects shorter term conditions. Longer term water supply and reservoir storage are good.  View
6/18/2024  VA-AB-30 VAAlbemarle Moderately Dry General Awareness
Grass is turning brown and is crispy. Large cracks are appearing in the clay soil. Trees are starting to drop leaves. Hot and dry weather is stressing vegetation.  View
6/18/2024  VA-AG-6 VAAugusta Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Leaves on what I thought were healthy trees are drying out. With the heat this week, we're be seriously short of moisture.  View
6/18/2024  WI-CB-4 WIColumbia Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
I was unable to put out my report the past several weeks. My neighborhood has pulled out of the severe drought since May. We have been in a rainy period since then. It has hampered late planting and haying for farmers. There were large areas of ponding in low areas. It also made muddy conditions for outdoor construction. MY totals so far are 114% (5.28") above normal YTD. Everything is green and growing. Ditches, marshes, sloughs are in good shape. After not having mosquito's the past 3 years, they have emerged with a vengeance. They are so thick in the headlights it looks like driving in snow!!!  View
6/18/2024  CAN-MB-155 CANManitoba Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
The lawn and garden have never looked so lush.  View
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