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9/27/2021  AL-MB-96 ALMobile Near Normal General Awareness
A week without rain. Cooler temperatures.  
9/27/2021  AK-MS-12 AKMatanuska-Susitna Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
We saw just 0.14" of precipitation across the week but also the first snow of the season and three hard freezes with morning temps in the low to middle-upper twenties under clear skies. The ground is drying out a bit but is also seeing heavy frost on the cold mornings. The wild birds are becoming frenetic in their feeder activity and I no longer hear the loons on Question Lake in the mornings. Much of the ground level vegetation has succumbed to the freezing morning temps and is withering away while the color change continues in the birches. The moose are around and beginning to appear a bit more often now. I suspect September will be a bit colder than 'normal' this year. In a nod to the approaching cold temps the borough has removed their 'fire warning level' placards from their displays.  
9/27/2021  AZ-YV-187 AZYavapai Moderately Wet Water Supply & Quality
Rain kept me from bike riding but happy to have it wetting the earth in our area. - - - Cows out in the fields must be happy w/the rain bringing new growth to munch on. :-). Presently it the open field where they browse started browning off so this rain will help keep it green :-)  
9/27/2021  CA-HM-5 CAHumboldt Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
A dry week with the hottest day of the year at 87.1F; average high and low for the week 73.1F and 52.7F--ETo 0.44". Mad River steady at 5.44 ft and a slightly increased flow of 46.01 cfs--Eel River simarly steady at 8.01 ft. with an increased flow of 61.63 cfs. The recent rain helped the South Fork of the Eel reconnect to the main stem as a result of 1-3" in the river's watershed. Smoke from the fires east of here continue to bring hazy skies, but they are slowly being contained and aren't as threatening now. Trees continue moving to fall colors and dropping leaves.  
9/27/2021  CO-CR-18 COCrowley Severely Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Business & Industry
Energy
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
Society & Public Health
Water Supply & Quality
Really have to dig to get to moisture. Driving posts of any kind is a lot of work. Fire ban in several area counties today. Feedlot dust covers us (5+ miles away) every evening. Hay prices raising due to area shortage and high demand, with little pasture grass remaining. Very few birds in area and still no deer. Discouraging after last year. Area producers continue to struggle with wells, the water is just not here. Smoke haze has returned for several days. Had about cleaned and stored AC unit away. Returned 90+ degree temps have me turning it back on.  
9/27/2021  CO-LK-10 COLake Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Although the forest service says conditions are very dry, our valley is not as dry. the difference between moderate and severe is questionable. I am watering shrubs and trees I can reach, which isn't much. The Aspen are retaining their gold and red leaves well. Many leaves showing mod spots from the monsoon rains. Grasses are dry with seed heads still intact. The Aspen color season has brought thousands of "peepers" to the area.  
9/27/2021  CO-WA-67 COWashington Moderately Dry Agriculture
We raised less hay than ever before due to drought conditions. Fields just burned up, hay, dryland corn, not much moisture for newly planted wheat to survive on. Still waiting for a good, soaking rain.  
9/27/2021  CT-NL-18 CTNew London Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
About an inch of rain over the past two weeks. Grass is still growing, slowing down a little bit. Garden is almost done. A few tomatoes left. Harvesting the winter squash and potatoes then it will be some. Reservoir is overflowing.  
9/27/2021  FL-ES-26 FLEscambia Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Rainfall .07 in the last week, after the excessive rainfall the previous week from TS Nicholas…Sliding slowly into Fall.  
9/27/2021  GA-FL-23 GAFloyd Mildly Wet General Awareness
limited activities  
9/27/2021  IL-KN-121 ILKane Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
At my location, I have recorded only .81" of rain through the month of September. The little amount of rain that has fallen on each occurrence has not been able to percolate deep into the soils. In recent days, cautions have been posted due to high winds and low humidity to curtail burning. Neighborhood lawns are parched, and trees show some evidence of stress if not irrigated. The Fox River at Geneva, Illinois is low with emerging sandbars in the river bottom. Where water is slow flowing or stagnant, algae and other debris are forming a layer of scum where it usually is absent. Aquatic life continues to be impacted where small shallow ponds have been dry for sometime.  
9/27/2021  IL-KX-9 ILKnox Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Very low stream conditions. Trees are showing stress.  
9/27/2021  IL-LE-23 ILLee Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Conditions continue to be dry in the area with very little precipitation through the month to date. Some trees are dropping leaves. Lake, pond and stream levels are down considerably. Farmers are harvesting crops at a record pace as a result of the dry conditions.  
9/27/2021  IL-MCH-80 ILMcHenry Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
lawns not growing but it is late in the season. crops ready for harvest but are stunted. no standing water anywhere.  
9/27/2021  IL-WF-14 ILWoodford Mildly Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
crops dried very fast and with significant loss of strength in stalks. Pasture and lawn showing no growth at all. Streams and the river are all low for this time of year.  
9/27/2021  IN-DV-1 INDaviess Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Harvest continues with breaks for wet spells. Lawns have greened and growth rate picked up due to recent rainfall.  
9/27/2021  IA-BT-11 IABenton Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
The dry conditions of the past week have sped up the harvesting of soybeans and corn in the area. Yields are surprisingly good for the lack of rain and near average in some cases but no big yields. The tree leaves are changing their colors and I saw my first group of ducks flying south in formation.  
9/27/2021  ME-SM-3 MESomerset Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Wet week - 4.03" rain over one storm period. Foliage nearing peak (30 - 40%). Good growing season with evenly distributed rainfall, lawns never slowed down - had to mow every week.  
9/27/2021  MA-NF-1 MANorfolk Near Normal General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Water Supply & Quality
Little change in conditions since last week. Rainfall has been frequent enough to keep short term dryness in check. Lawns remain green and plants are thriving. Top layer of soil is moist but not unusually so. Levels on ponds and lakes remain well above normal for this time of year.  
9/27/2021  MA-WR-42 MAWorcester Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Ground isn't mildly wet, imo, but all growth certainly seems well watered, healthy, verdant. Leaf drop barely started, no color change at this location. Montauk daisies just beginning to bloom.  
9/27/2021  MI-BN-5 MIBerrien Mildly Wet Agriculture
water in low spot. cold clear night 4 pm 80 blue sky warm in sun nw wind 10 to 15 cool air  
9/27/2021  MI-WY-33 MIWayne Severely Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Unable to get into field to harvest vegatables. Grass growing rapidly. Very unusual for September.  
9/27/2021  MN-CY-20 MNClay Moderately Dry General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The rains we had in late August/early September helped immensely, but we need more. The ground is hard again and late season perennial flower gardens need watering. Ornamental evergreen and deciduous trees will need thorough watering before freeze up. Local small wetlands are still dry and larger wetlands drawn down. The Buffalo River is still low. With warm and dry conditions in the 3-4 week forecast, fire danger risk is increasing and we may return to extreme drought conditions. Soybean harvest is nearly complete (early) and corn harvest is well underway (very early). Early corn yields have been poor.  
9/27/2021  MS-HD-25 MSHinds Moderately Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Plants wilting, ground dusty.  
9/27/2021  MO-SS-37 MOSt. Charles Moderately Dry General Awareness
Shallow ponds continue to recede. Rains earlier in the summer helped to keep vegetation green late in the season.  
9/27/2021  NM-GR-28 NMGrant Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
1.79 inches of rain in the last two days. Drip off. Grasses are drying out, still have a lot of blooms on the Mexican hats and the snake weed is still flowering.  
9/27/2021  NM-UN-22 NMUnion Severely Dry Plants & Wildlife
1-2 inch cracks in ground where it is not watered. Still watering flower and vegetable beds daily. Refilling bird baths twice a day at times. Mostly it is feral cats and possibly the lion that is roaming the neighborhood. I'm retired so the dryness doesn't particularly affect me other than being on fixed income and my monthly water bills are higher than they have ever been.  
9/27/2021  NY-BM-14 NYBroome Mildly Wet Above average rainfall for the past week, month, and 3 months. Wet spots in my field. Grass is growing well with ample moisture and cooler days. Rivers are running above average for September.  
9/27/2021  NY-DT-24 NYDutchess Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Energy
Plants & Wildlife
Near Normal –The soil is workable, on the slightly moist side. 1.71" of rain the past week. Wide range in rain Thurs night over 3 stations in 2-mile line to west. Mine, center is NYS Mesonet at 1.57, and third CoCoRaHS at 1.90 Solar production at lower levels this month as was the last 2 months. All the wind before Thursday storm dried ground out so no dew before storm and lots after. Leaves on many Red Maples in the area have dried on outside of tree as if hit by frost, but inside leaves unchanged. Colors are fading to a dull green in some trees and others have lost their leaves entirely due to disease and insect infestation. Vegetable/small grain field work continues to progress. Lawn requires mowing at least once a week or more often. Soil remains moist, plants and shrubs remain lush. Flocks of geese gathering in local fields. Other small wildlife around. Water table remains high. Water in fire retention pond up but to top of pipe. Mill Pond up. NYC Reservoirs remain above normal at 94.6% of capacity vs. 77.3% normal. Consumption level normal for season. Too bad we cannot send the excess water out west!  
9/27/2021  NY-MR-65 NYMonroe Near Normal General Awareness
The typical dryness at this time of year was offset by over 2 inches of rain last week. The effect was to bring lawns and gardens to near normal levels--neither too dry nor too wet.  
9/27/2021  NY-SF-92 NYSuffolk Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Aside from one day of 1 1/2 inches of rain, it’s been dry and lovely sunny weather — perfect for most outdoor activities as we transition from summer to fall. People are starting to decorate for fall, clean up the gardens, harvest the last of the veggies and fruit, etc. U-pick apples and pumpkins are very popular.  
9/27/2021  NY-WN-18 NYWayne Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
No wet areas in the back yard, however the sump pump is starting to activate and the grass continues to grow. Plants and flowers have begun to lose their blooms and trees are just beginning to turn, an indication that fall is in the air.  
9/27/2021  NY-WC-6 NYWestchester Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Tourism & Recreation
Over 2.7" of rain towards the end of last week left some of the lakeside low areas somewhat soggy and the lake levels slightly higher than typical for this time of year. Chillier mornings and crisper air reinforce the solstice message. Cottonwoods, as usual, are dropping their leaves earlier than most trees. Samara's of sugar maples are beginning to drop. Hummingbirds still visit feeder, although fewer of them. Squirrels leave the shells of opened hickory nuts behind. Saw a couple of sailboats taking advantage of gusty winds on the lakes. Hope this helps - weekends tend to be busy so hope this Monday report isn't too late.  
9/27/2021  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Mildly Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Partly to mostly cloudy and warm with a light breeze and early morning rain. The high temperature was around sixty six degrees and the low around fifty four degrees Fahrenheit. Intermittent streams are flowing. Some field areas are wet, making travel difficult. Asters, Goldenrod and Mugwort are still blooming.  
9/27/2021  NC-DH-6 NCDurham Near Normal General Awareness
the 2.39" was a real life (plant) saver! It was just what was needed. Some set back to plants from the long dry spell, but growth..and now ripening, maturuing etc. going great. Although with the low humid (and nice temps, even if warm), won't take long to dry out again.  
9/27/2021  NC-LR-1 NCLenoir Near Normal General Awareness
No precipitation in past 4 days. Cool morning temps, overnight low of 49 degrees. 9/27/21 - 8:30 am: Winds:0, Temp:53.3, Hum:94%, Bar:30.13 rising,HI:54, Rain:0, Skies: clear/sunny, Soil: dry, expected to this time of year. Radar:Clear air mode, Tropical Storm Impact: Hurricane Sam - not expected to affect NC. Two other areas of interest in Atlantic, neither expected to affect NC. Forecast: Sunny, high of 82, POP:1%  
9/27/2021  NC-MS-18 NCMadison Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
The springs have almost stopped flowing. One branch of the creek has dried up, barely even muddy. The creek flow is low, the waterfall a trickle. The greens in the garden are in need of watering. Mulching has helped retain moisture. The 13 newly planted hazelnut trees, too, needed watering this week. The fuyu persimmons are turning bright orange and some have been eaten by wildlife in spite of a net over the tree. The Arkansas black apples are ripe and delicious. The old apple tree continues to be loaded with apples which are getting sweeter and juicier, excellent eating and cooking apples.  
9/27/2021  NC-MS-19 NCMadison Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
During the past week we had 0.79 inches of rain with cooler temperatures and low drying during the day. Water levels appear to be pretty normal in creeks and springs. Water quality in our well is good. The risk of fire from outside burning has been low. Our Christmas Trees are getting enough rain and pastures and hay fields are in good shape.  
9/27/2021  NC-PS-35 NCPasquotank Moderately Dry General Awareness
The month of September has been mostly dry with the bulk of the precipitation occurring in the early portion of the month. Ditches are pretty dry and although it is fall the corn crops look fried.  
9/27/2021  ND-SM-12 NDStutsman Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
The crops are getting ripe so they aren't much help anymore for indicating conditions. The grass is still green, however, so that should be a good indication that it isn't too dry. The water in the wetlands is low, but they are still wet so I don't see anything unusual there. Especially considering this is typically the driest time of year.  
9/27/2021  OH-LS-23 OHLucas Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
After over 5 inches of rain the pat week creeks are still running high, soils are fully saturated, will delay harvest, newly seeded cover crops are doing well.  
9/27/2021  OK-PH-1 OKPushmataha Mildly Dry Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Dry weather continued last week at my location. Not much change to when i reported last week, the grass is still not growing very fast and is green with a some yellow mixing in as well. I have also been watering my trees every other day, and they seem to be responding well to the much needed moisture. Lastly, i am hopeful we will receive much needed rain this week based on the forecast.  
9/27/2021  OR-JS-21 ORJosephine Mildly Dry General Awareness
Fire
Its raining a bit No enuf rain yet to end fire season though  
9/27/2021  OR-LC-42 ORLincoln Mildly Wet Plants & Wildlife
Native vegetation is recovering from the drought conditions we have been experiencing. Rhododendrons on the property were starting to wilt last week. One inch of rain overnight has been very beneficial.  
9/27/2021  PA-MT-113 PAMontgomery Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
last significant rain was 9/23 in which 1.75 inches was recorded in an afternoon. With lots of flooding at that time. No rain since then but ground still moist, local creek still running higher. Grass continues to need cutting which is not normal for this time of the year.  
9/27/2021  SC-AK-75 SCAiken Mildly Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Society & Public Health
NWS COOP STATION GNTS1 ***LOCAL CONDITIONS REMAIN MILDLY WET***Monthly Rainfall for September = 8.41 inches which is +4.29 inches above normal. Soil moisture readings at 4 inches below sandy loam sod = 57 centibars (IRRIGATION DESIRED), at 8" below sandy loam sod = 6 centibars (SATURATED). My lawns exhibit lush green growth with a few light brown areas. Winterizer has been applied to prepare for the upcoming winter season. AIR QUALITY Due to the recent rainfall events "rinsing out" the atmospheric pollutuants, Air Quality Particulate Pollution readings (PM2.5 and PM10) have been in the GOOD range.  
9/27/2021  TX-CMR-85 TXCameron Moderately Dry watering daily  
9/27/2021  TX-TN-124 TXTarrant Mildly Dry General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
After so little rain this month, I've finally decided it's mildly dry. Now comes a chance of rain this week. Okay, I hope it does rain the last two days of the month. We're not bad, just dry. Plants and trees look good. I water pots and beds daily and parts of the yard weekly. Birds and wildlife are good. Area lakes aren't bad with most .3 to 1.5 feet low. Three major lakes are between 3 and 6 feet low.  
9/27/2021  VA-SFC-12 VASuffolk (city) Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Finally near normal wet/dry conditions in my immediate area. Pastures are healthy, still mowing the lawn regularly. Not getting the deluges like earlier in the year, finally a steady rain happened.  
9/27/2021  WA-CM-46 WAClallam Near Normal Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
Normal conditions allow for adequate drinking water supplies, plus water for plants and wildlife and reduces wildfire danger.  
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