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7/30/2021  CO-WE-394 COWeld Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Early rain made good growing conditions for grass.The past month we have seen a decline in grass quality. Area is now extremely dry. Hay crops planted in June are strangling to exhist.  
7/30/2021  CT-NL-56 CTNew London Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Every sword has two edges: the Upside of all this rain: not having to lug water to the plants all the time. the downside: the emergence of bacterial wilts and fungal diseases which kill plants (bacterial wilts on asters and beans), or ruin fruit (anthracnose on blueberries and basil). Hard to prevent organically. But it IS a relief to find the soil moist relatively deep in the rhizosphere (8-16 inches down).  
7/30/2021  DE-SS-6 DESussex Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Yards and fields have gone from lush and green to brown in the course of several days as the heat and lack of rain have dried up. Gone from having to cut the grass every week to right now maybe once a month at worst case.  
7/30/2021  GA-FL-23 GAFloyd Near Normal General Awareness
normal activities  
7/30/2021  IL-WL-63 ILWill Near Normal General Awareness
GRS GRN, SHRBS/PLNTS OK, GRND SMALL CRCKS NNNN  
7/30/2021  MD-HW-44 MDHoward Near Normal General Awareness
No effect  
7/30/2021  MI-BN-5 MIBerrien Near Normal Agriculture
7/29/21 rain 15/100 clouds all day late 5 pm sun out  
7/30/2021  MI-EM-8 MIEmmet Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Tourism & Recreation
Still wet and much cooler. No rain.  
7/30/2021  MN-IT-38 MNItasca Mildly Dry General Awareness
Would describe it as between Mild and Moderately dry. Grass is still brown in patches. Had a slight recovery after 1.88 inches of rain in the last week.  
7/30/2021  MO-CP-7 MOCooper Mildly Dry General Awareness
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The ground is hard and dry. I watered container plants and the veggies in my garden yesterday evening and the water soaked in so fast it was unreal. Some of the veggies are not producing well, and I suspect the heat, and more likely the drought, has something to do with that. One of my apple trees is turning dead brown, and I have already lost a forsythia plant I just put in this Spring. For the most part my lawn is still green, but I can see some patches are starting to turn brown. The bird baths remain popular and I am filling them every afternoon when I get home from work. Hummingbirds are enjoying their feeders as well. With the heat this week wildlife doesn't seem to be on the move much, so all has been quiet. I don't see the rabbits in the yard much, and I haven't seen our resident groundhog in a bit. Even the sun-loving plants are suffering from sun-scald on their leaves. Naturally the air conditioner has been running quite a bit this week, so energy use is up. I am able to water with rain barrels, so that saves on water usage.  
7/30/2021  NH-ST-49 NHStrafford Moderately Wet Plants & Wildlife
We have had measurable rain 10 of the 12 past days for a total of 4.01". The rain has been great for our flowers and veggies. Part of the back yard is under very low standing water. The vernal pool has been full for most of July. The two ephemeral streams on my yard have been flowing most of the month as well. The lawn has been very green and lush.  
7/30/2021  NM-DB-4 NMDe Baca Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Praise the Lord on the rainfall the last 4 weeks. Turning the brown dead grass to green. Grasses did come up from the rains but the weeds have taken over from where grass would have grown. There is a lot of pasture in which the grass was burned up from heat and lack of moisture/rainfall. Some ranchers are saying this was the worse and still not out of the drought. There is noxious weeds are covering where the grass is and not good for cattle grazing. This has happened before in the past droughts but it is worse. God covers the ground to keep the moisture in the ground for a reason. Thus my previous reports of the scared bare ground from the burnt land from heat, wind and lack of rainfall. The land is still scared. I selected the "Report Categories" as we are not completely out of this drought. Water supply is still very low at Sumner Lake and irrigation restrictions are still in place. Financially it has impacted our ranchers and county on income for the next several years. This continuation of drought is very hard on ranching. We continue to pray for rain to revive this thirsty land. Amen.  
7/30/2021  NM-SF-32 NMSanta Fe Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
July brought us the southwest monsoon we've been lacking for a few years. To-date we've received 3.78" in July, most in the past 10 days or so. The grasslands are greening-up nicely, although the weeds are now growing faster than I can cut them!  
7/30/2021  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Mostly cloudy and warm with rain, thunderstorms and a light breeze. The high temperature was around seventy degrees and the low around sixty one degrees Fahrenheit. Songbirds are eating normal. Some field areas are still wet. Milkweeds are producing pods. Zucchini, Sweet Peppers and Yellow Squash are steadily producing fruit. Some Tomatoes are approaching ripening stages. Blackbirds are forming flocks.  
7/30/2021  NC-BC-1 NCBuncombe Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
About 0.5" of rain this week. Hot weather.  
7/30/2021  NC-LR-1 NCLenoir Mildly Wet General Awareness
No impact other than severe weather, landscaping effects.  
7/30/2021  NC-WK-203 NCWake Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Only a trace of rainfall this week. Temps in the low to mid 90s is causing one plant stress now. Watering is needed for sensitive plants. Stream flows are reduced.  
7/30/2021  ND-BR-2 NDBarnes Severely Dry Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Leaves are yellowing on a variety of well-established large trees and some poplars are dropping last numberds of leaves. A large larch tree has needles turning yellow - highly abnormal for July. Soil so dry in my honeyberry patch I had to use a knife then a metal rod to get a hole to insert a sprinkler peg. Lawn grass is of course, crispy. Unwatered garden corn wrinkled and less than 4 ft. tall, tasseling out. Local water pond has dried up and the rancher is hauling water and feed for his cattle daily, pasture very poor.  
7/30/2021  SC-BF-50 SCBeaufort Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
1.58" of rain fell during the past week. Most of this came during heavy thunderstorms Wednesday night. With abundant sunshine the past few days things are still blooming well. Egg plants are abundant. Much activity at bird feeders and many hummingbirds visit the yard. You can practically see the grass grow; needs cutting every 5 days right now.  
7/30/2021  TX-LL-66 TXLlano Near Normal General Awareness
Water Supply & Quality
Rain for year and month is above average. Last week has been dry with temperatures in mid 90's and dew points mostly above 70 degrees F. Llano River flow (7/30) is approximately 46 cfs.  
7/30/2021  TX-PC-22 TXPecos Mildly Wet General Awareness
This past week started out quite warm but we've been lucky for the most part to have cloud cover to keep it bearable. There were some good storms that came close, but they seemed to just mostly fizzle out around us as they neared. We ended up seeing some small amount of rain, even had tiny little frog hopping around on Saturday (7/24). Native plants seem to be happy about the rain and weather, too; they're looking green and healthy- with no sunburn!  
7/30/2021  WA-ST-11 WAStevens Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Continuation of no precipitation and above normal temperatures continue to sap remaining moisture from the soil and vegetation. Additional two wildland fire starts in the region this week with another three large fires still burning: two of which are less than 10% contained. These fires are contributing to unhealthy air quality in the area. Fire danger remains at Extreme conditions. The small streams in the area have extremely low flows for this time of the year and the pond water levels are nearing empty. Irrigation of crop land continues with the second cutting and baling of hay crops completed. Grasshopper populations are large with leaf defoliation and fruit loss damage apparent. Another extreme heat warning has been issued and temperatures of over 100F starts today. A few wildlife sightings this week.  
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