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2/24/2024  AZ-MH-25 AZMohave Mildly Dry General Awareness
Abnormally Dry D0 drought status along the lower Colorado River valley area. Brief period of light rain this past Wednesday w/ 0.03". Desert floor in green-up after previous rains in the month and warming daytime temps.  View
2/24/2024  AR-SL-42 ARSaline Near Normal Plants & Wildlife
The above average temps we've had this month are affecting the wildflowers and trees.  View
2/24/2024  CA-OR-31 CAOrange Mildly Wet General Awareness
Very wet first part of the week lead to local street flooding and extensive runoff in the foothills.  View
2/24/2024  CA-OR-67 CAOrange Near Normal General Awareness
Thin overcast, Cool, Calm  View
2/24/2024  CA-RV-97 CARiverside Mildly Dry General Awareness
Mostly sunny with a few clouds. Visibility - clear  View
2/24/2024  CO-AR-421 COArapahoe Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
No new precipitation fell in the last week. The soil still seems damp from recent snow. Above normal temperatures and wind are creating elevated fire weather conditions leading me to chose the normal category over mildly wet.  View
2/24/2024  CO-DG-176 CODouglas Mildly Dry General Awareness
Fire
Moisture in the ground but no new moisture in tube this week. Some days of high winds. A wildfire in county yesterday.  View
2/24/2024  CT-MD-21 CTMiddlesex Moderately Wet General Awareness
Brooks and streams are flowing above normal. Ponds and lakes are overflowing.  View
2/24/2024  CT-NH-43 CTNew Haven Mildly Wet General Awareness
The melting snow, along with some rain, has kept soil conditions very moist.  View
2/24/2024  CT-NL-19 CTNew London Near Normal General Awareness
Tourism & Recreation
Warm temps & light rain melted most of the snow from 2/13 leaving ouddles, ponds, muddy ground and swollen river. (Minor flooding at high tide 2/23). Snow total is still under for the year. Tourists mobbed Mystic on the holiday weekend, regardless of weather. Weekdays are quiet.  View
2/24/2024  CT-NL-29 CTNew London Mildly Wet General Awareness
Warm temperatures and melting snow have led to wet and muddy conditions.  View
2/24/2024  DE-NC-10 DENew Castle Mildly Wet General Awareness
Springs flowing above normal.  View
2/24/2024  FL-AL-50 FLAlachua Mildly Dry General Awareness
Ponds down a little. Plants fine  View
2/24/2024  FL-LE-22 FLLee Mildly Wet General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
There has been a significant amount of rain (1.82 inches) at this location during the last week. There is plenty of standing water in ditches, ponds, and low spots for the wildlife. The foliage is quite happy and lush. I have heard no reports of brush fires in the region this week.  View
2/24/2024  FL-MA-10 FLManatee Mildly Wet General Awareness
Energy
Fire
FIRE - With over 2ins of precipitation earlier in the week, our soil condition is slightly wet but mostly near normal. ENERGY - Our temperatures continue to be near normal with doors open during the daytime. NIghtime temperatures are also now near normal. Heat runs early in the day but is not needed until the sun sets. GENERAL - Gauged by “THE BEACHES OF SUMMERFIELD LAKE” our ponds are near normal shoreline levels and the lakes have gained getting back to normal. Basically, the last two weeks have been very close to Florida Vacation Weather, cool nights and warm days. The only weather feature NOT NORMAL has been Average Wind velocity and Gusts. Hard to play golf when your ball starts coming back at you!  View
2/24/2024  HI-HI-87 HIHawaii Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Sun returned this week but cool temperatures and minimal wind continue. Plants and soil remain in good condition from the ample rain a week ago.  View
2/24/2024  IL-BN-19 ILBoone Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Well the NWS and other forecasters did predict a warmer and dryer than normal winter. And discounting the mind blowing, back to back, 29.00” low pressure storm systems last January, they pretty much nailed it. So far. Our humdrum warm weather lately was interrupted yesterday evening with 1.6” of snow, our first snow of the month. Currently for February, local precipitation increased from 0.28” to 0.40”. Going forward, more active weather is forecast. Locally, waterways are near normal and the soil is still fairly moist so it looks like near normal soil conditions will remain despite the ongoing dearth of appreciable precipitation. Some trees are budding already and some maples are dripping sap onto my driveway. Daffodils are sprouting, the grass is slowly greening and most days it feels like spring, except it’s still winter. A couple of geese have been hanging out nearby and I saw my first robin Thursday, a few weeks earlier than last year. I had thought Old Man Winter would have returned for more than a brief visit by now. But, who knows, March has yet to arrive and even April could surprise us with his unseasonable reappearance.  View
2/24/2024  IN-FL-3 INFulton Mildly Wet General Awareness
Based on observation at my location.  View
2/24/2024  KS-BU-25 KSButler Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Creek and most ponds normal. Some trees are already getting buds- this didn't happen last year until the end of March. Moths are back and mice are quite active.  View
2/24/2024  KS-DG-84 KSDouglas Moderately Dry General Awareness
ground cracks; no recent rain  View
2/24/2024  KS-JO-53 KSJohnson Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Buds on trees are swelling. Bulbs are putting up leaves. Ground soil is moist, even without any precipitation all week. Temperatures in the sixties. It's like Spring has arrived at the end of February.  View
2/24/2024  KS-KW-2 KSKiowa Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
No moisture this week and above normal temperatures has dried out the topsoil. The springs and creeks are running normal for this time of year. Cool season grasses are greening up and a few farmers are working ground. Great conditions for the cows to be calving in. It is dry enough for the fire danger to be high if the wind is blowing.  View
2/24/2024  KS-WY-11 KSWyandotte Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
As we transition from winter to spring, the soil conditions in our area are starting to dry out and are in need of moisture. Additionally, tree buds are beginning to show signs of swelling as temperatures remain in the 60s and 70s, which is more reminiscent of April weather than the current month. The early signs of swelling in tree buds indicate that plants are responding to the warmer temperatures and longer days. While this is a natural part of the spring growth process, the early onset of bud swelling may leave trees vulnerable to late frosts or freezes that could harm the delicate buds. While the warm weather is very welcome, here is hoping that we can hit pause on the mid springtime weather and return to weather more fit for February.  View
2/24/2024  KY-CM-3 KYCumberland Near Normal Agriculture
One day with rain. 1/2 inch  View
2/24/2024  LA-AS-20 LAAscension Parish Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
February 17-23, 2024 Brignac, Louisiana Soil moisture on the dry side. Flower beds with poppies needed to be irrigated. St. Augustine grass is showing signs of greening up. Landscape trees and shrubs have adequate moisture but no rain is expected for the coming week. Area drainage ditches have some to no water in them. Red swamp maple trees are full of colorful winged seed. Red oak tree has started to leaf out. Mayhaw trees continue to bloom. Native mulberry trees have leaves and flowers. There were a few sulfur butterflies looking for open flowers to feed on but not much is available. Maypop tree root-sprouts are appearing.  View
2/24/2024  MD-BL-25 MDBaltimore Severely Wet General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
More rain last night not much 0.03 inches.The ground is very wet an temp.is going down.Plants are well,fire danger is low.  View
2/24/2024  MA-BA-51 MABarnstable Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
decent rain again last night  View
2/24/2024  MA-BE-21 MABerkshire Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
A little snow this week which has all melted, total of 0.19" of precipitation in the past 7 days. The top layer of soil is no longer frozen. Streams are running at a normal height.  View
2/24/2024  MA-HD-28 MAHampden Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Received 0.31 precipitation which was mostly rain at the end of the week. River levels appear fine as does soil moisture. Birds and squirrels stay busy in the yard. Pruned our 2 apple trees last weekend.  View
2/24/2024  MI-IH-32 MIIngham Mildly Dry General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
No precipitation this week. Creek level below normal. Still a few wet spots in the fields but mostly on the dry side.  View
2/24/2024  MI-MS-8 MIMason Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Grounds are muddy from recent snow melt. River looks fine. Have noticed a few buds on bushes.  View
2/24/2024  MI-WS-11 MIWashtenaw Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
We have had less than 0.15" of precipitation to date for this month. Usually we have between 1.5 to 3.0" so are way off. Soil is drying out and once the growing season starts we will be hurting unless we get some moisture. Trees and shrubs are mostly still dormant but spring flowers are appearring. Birds not as active at feeders, chipmunks back in burrows, squirrels visible. Not a normal month.  View
2/24/2024  MI-WY-125 MIWayne Near Normal General Awareness
Near normal conditions.  View
2/24/2024  MO-CN-10 MOClinton Near Normal General Awareness
Report for 18 Feb 24 to 24 Feb 24. There were no days of rain last week for a total of inches of rain. The historical average for February is 0.90 inches. The total rainfall/melted ice and snow for February is 0.17 inches. The current conditions are Near Normal.  View
2/24/2024  MO-NW-4 MONewton Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Very little rain this week with springlike weather, Unseasonably warm and the Jonquils are blooming and bright, Small animals are beginning to become more active. The deer herd is gathering with 18-20. in the neighborhood, Shoal creek in very low due to the rainfall deficit from last year. Fire danger is high with the gusty wind. Grass and fields are beginning to turn green with early growth.  View
2/24/2024  MT-RV-18 MTRavalli Moderately Dry General Awareness
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Only .01" in the past week and very warm temps (near or at 50 most days) have done nothing to ease the winter-long drought. Nearby Snotel is 2nd lowest SWE in the past 55 years of record. Skiing is limited to shady slopes at high elevations. Calling it moderately dry but maybe severe would be more accurate. Some rain and snow is predicted for next week especially in the high country.  View
2/24/2024  NV-CK-62 NVClark Near Normal General Awareness
1.35 for the year. 1.34 is average for January and February.  View
2/24/2024  NH-GR-1 NHGrafton Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Snowpack is all but gone, very little snow this February.  View
2/24/2024  NJ-OC-90 NJOcean Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Mildly Wet _ Feb 24 - Mar 2 with 0.54" of liquid precipitation this week conditions are mildly wet _ last 7-days liquid precipitation 0.54" ~ average 7-day temp hi/lo 45/27 normal 46/23 ~ previous 7-day liquid precipitation 0.80" _ last 30-days precipitation 3.09" ~ average 28-day temp hi/lo 45/31 normal 44/21 ~ previous 30-day liquid precipitation 2.89" _ February total liquid precipitation 1.55" ~ 30yr normal NOAA 2.95 Prism 3.28" ~ with a February total snowfall of 1.6" ~ year to date snowfall 7.1" _ Feb 24 - top inch of soil surface is moist ~ soil at six inches is moist and 41° _ normal activity at the birdfeeders, birdbaths and gardens _ daffodils are about 6" up with some flower buds ~ tulips just emerging  View
2/24/2024  NM-BR-239 NMBernalillo Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Conditions are becoming dry due to warm February sun, warm temperatures, dry humidity, and wind. Blowing dust was in the air during last Wednesday's wind. Snowpack on the Sandia mountains is melting quickly. But trees and some bushes and garden flowers are in bloom and wildlife is healthy. Our water supply is adequate.  View
2/24/2024  NY-MR-89 NYMonroe Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Week of (2/18/24-2/24/24) observed less precipitation compared to last week. The precipitation during this week was a total of 0.17 inches. This amount of precipitation measured was less than the last update of a total of 0.42 inches for the previous week of (2/11/24-2/17/24). There is currently 0.65 inches for the month of February compared to the normal climatology precipitation at KROC airport for the month is 1.80 inches. There was 2.9 inches of snowfall that had been recorded for the week of 2/18/24-2/24/24. There is currently 11.2 inches of snowfall that had been recorded for the month of February compared to the normal climatology accumulation snowfall at KROC airport is 19.9 inches. Conditions had remained the same since the last update for last week. There wasn't enough measurable moisture received this week for conditions to be improve, but not gotten worse. The ground has still been very dry. Evergreens are turning dry and the creek water level next door is low due to the lack of moisture. Sump pump hasn't been pumping due to the ground being dry. No snow plowing from the service has taken place this week with not enough accumulating snow for plowing during the week. Winter recreation is on pause for now with no snow currently on the ground unless man made, but no snow is good for hiking on trails.  View
2/24/2024  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Partly cloudy and cool with light wind, then mostly cloudy overnight. The high temperature was around forty eight degrees, and the low around fourteen degrees Fahrenheit.Songbirds are eating consistently. Intermittent streams are mostly all flowing but at a reduced winter discharge. Some usually wet marshy areas and ditches are still dry. Some liquid manure is being spread or injected. More blackbirds were seen on phone lines. A couple medium size flocks of Canadian Geese were seen.  View
2/24/2024  NC-BC-105 NCBuncombe Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Water Supply & Quality
no significant rainfall in 2 weeks. fire danger high. creeks and river at about normal level, warm temps has bud break early, spring planting looking at irrigation early.  View
2/24/2024  NC-CH-61 NCChatham Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
Water Supply & Quality
Conditions are near normal although we had not had rain for about two weeks. Days were cool and nights cold. Plants are showing more signs of green. Deer are very active eating anything is sight. Birds are active and beginning to "flock" to our feeders. Jordon Lake water levels have declined a few feet that is attributed to normal lake outfall. More people are out for afternoon walks once the day warms.  View
2/24/2024  NC-PR-5 NCPerquimans Near Normal General Awareness
.60" in rain gage this morning brings weekly total to .65" of much needed rain.  View
2/24/2024  OR-BN-168 ORBenton Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Most a.m. temps in upper 30s/lower 40s, though this morning was down to 34. Last couple of afternoons have been springtime nice, and we have been able to work outside a little bit even though the ground still pretty muddy. Today there has been a Winter Weather Watch for the upper elevations in the mountains, and possibility of some in the valley, from Sunday through Monday night. Lots of new buds on trees and bushes, wild plum tree buds blossoming colorfully. Spring feels like it might actually make it!  View
2/24/2024  OR-CC-76 ORClackamas Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Fire danger is low. The creek is not high, but flowing noisily. We are a couple inches behind the average precipitation for this month, but if the forecast is accurate, we might make that up. Soil is not dry, but it is certainly drier than usual for this time of year, which is usually soaking wet. I worked up a small bit of garden and planted some peas, and the soil was very workable. The few sunny days this week have probably let the ash swale dry, but I haven't tried to walk through it. Maintenance and construction activities along the roadways continued this week. Plants are green and growing. Some garden flowers are blooming, but the wild flowers mostly are not. Stinging nettle are only about 4 inches tall. Birds are numerous, active and singing. I saw a cottontail rabbit this week, and there are numerous tracks in the forest. Fall planted crops are looking pretty good on the neighboring farms.  View
2/24/2024  OR-CC-88 ORClackamas Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Five months into the water year and already hit normal annual rainfall. Ground is saturated.  View
2/24/2024  OR-TL-6 ORTillamook Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
daffodils are coming up with a few blooming; our two deer are bigger; grass is high enough to mow and very green; lots of moss in grass this year; hellebore plants are blooming beautifully; creek is flowing well; had very large ponds/puddles on our forest walk, but dried up quickly; small ponds/puddles still appear in farm fields; juncos and chickadees feeding on suet we made; hummingbirds still active through the winter, one-quart feeders empty in about 2 weeks  View
2/24/2024  RI-KN-36 RIKent Near Normal General Awareness
.25 inches of rain this past week.  View
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