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6/13/2024  AL-CN-17 ALCalhoun Mildly Dry General Awareness
Grasses colors fading, also becoming dusty with reduced dew in the morning. The clay soil is packed fairly solid and water runs off instead of soaking in.  View
6/13/2024  CA-OR-67 CAOrange Mildly Dry General Awareness
Mostly clear, Mild, Calm  View
6/13/2024  IL-WL-63 ILWill Mildly Dry General Awareness
No rain in the last week and new grass and plants require regular waterings. Deep cracks have been appearing on bare soil.  View
6/13/2024  KY-LN-9 KYLincoln Near Normal General Awareness
Clear skies.  View
6/13/2024  MI-OK-46 MIOakland Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
I'm planting my native forbs and the areas where the sprinkler doesn't reach are definitely dry. I will need to water them unless we get the predicted rain.  View
6/13/2024  MN-HN-22 MNHennepin Moderately Wet General Awareness
Lake Harriet water roughly 1 foot from top of old CCC wall near bandshell. In dry conditions, this is roughly 4 fee. Archery range at SE corner of Bde Maka Ska has standing water. All plants are VERY green. My Prickly Pear cactus patch is setting up a record number of blossom buds - maybe 100 compared to 10 to 25 other years. While it is a plant found in very dry hot areas, it DOES respond to rainfall. It IS a native Minnesota plant - if you know where to look. I planted it in a dry hot sandy part of my yard. Mississippi River just North of Minneapolis (hwy 610) running 2.5 times the average volume for this time of year (25,000 cu ft compared to average about 10,000 cu ft per US Geological Survey)  View
6/13/2024  MN-SH-39 MNSherburne Mildly Wet General Awareness
Heavy rain no damage in my area  View
6/13/2024  NJ-AT-63 NJAtlantic Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
We haven't had a lot of rain and temps are ticking upward, with a week of dry predicted. The ground in the drier areas of the property is beginning to harden, dust up, and plants are looking wilted (outside of sprinkler and hose range, near the woods).  View
6/13/2024  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Mostly sunny and warm with light winds, mostly clear overnight. The high temperature was around seventy one degrees, and the low around fifty seven degrees Fahrenheit. Songbirds are eating consistently. Intermittent streams are dry. Phlox, Meadow Rue and Soapwort are blooming, Multifloral Roses are in full bloom. Manure is being spread. Corn is almost 18 to 24 inches tall. Planted alfalfa is around 6 to 8 inches tall. Gardens are being planted.  View
6/13/2024  NC-WT-37 NCWatauga Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
June 13, 2024, Watauga Co. NC Many tourists have arrived in our area. I believe they are enjoying our cool summers not to mention the mountain views. Several days of low humidity have dried things out a bit. Field grass has slowed its growth.  View
6/13/2024  TN-WS-28 TNWashington Mildly Dry General Awareness
Exposed soil is drying out, and seedlings and new landscape plants need to be watered often to prevent wilting.  View
6/13/2024  VA-BD-29 VABedford Moderately Dry General Awareness
Been almost 2 months without any significant rainfall. Warm conditions make for nice days but everything is drying up. lawns are getting more brown and crispy to walk on. Gardens rely solely on what we can give them from our storage tanks. Local streams are dwindling.  View
6/13/2024  WI-IR-9 WIIron Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
More recent rain in the last few days has kept the ground moist and dishes in low spots filled with water. Vegetation is very green and healthy. Grass requires frequent mowing.  View
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