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2/1/2023  AR-GN-6 ARGreene Near Normal General Awareness
During the month of January 2023 there were a few burn bands placed in our area. The total rain fall for the month was 6.15 inches.  View
2/1/2023  CA-OR-67 CAOrange Near Normal General Awareness
Clear, Cool, Breezy  View
2/1/2023  CO-GN-59 COGunnison Mildly Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
We've had 6 months in a row of above average precipitation. Snow depth for February 1st (33") ranks #3 in the past 9 winters. It is shaping up to be a decent winter for snowfall, but we still have a ways to go.  View
2/1/2023  GA-FL-23 GAFloyd Severely Wet General Awareness
plenty of mud  View
2/1/2023  MD-BL-25 MDBaltimore Moderately Wet General Awareness
Agriculture
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
We had rain an snow mix last night. There was not enough to measure barely a dusting. It seems we have been getting rain every other day to every third or forth day. The ground has not had a chance to dry out.  View
2/1/2023  MD-WR-31 MDWorcester Near Normal General Awareness
January 2023 summary from eastern Worcester County, MD - January 2023 was very mild with rainfall at about 75% of normal. Measurable rain was observed on 12 days with the total for the month at 2.76 inches. The average daily maximum temperature was 52.1 and the average daily minimum was 36.4. The warmest daily maximum was 65.5 on the 4th, and the warmest daily minimum was 54.5 on the 4th. The coolest daily maximum was 39.9 on the 14th and the coolest daily minimum was 27.7 on the 11th. Insects were observed flying around throughout the month, and numerous weeds have been coming up in landscaped areas and in the seashell walkway and driveway. No winter precipitation was observed.  View
2/1/2023  MI-KZ-31 MIKalamazoo Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
About 6” condensed snow on ground. Many Cardinals, Bluejays, woodpeckers and others are eating at the feeders. Have seen pack of 10 deer close to my house. Feels and looks like January now. Sunny and temperature of 3F.  View
2/1/2023  NH-MR-68 NHMerrimack Near Normal General Awareness
Business & Industry
Tourism & Recreation
A "traditional" cold New Hampshire winter is making a brief appearance. The pond hockey tourney has been postponed to March due to lack of solid ice. (In the 1880s, when the game started, 6" of ice was around in NOVEMBER when they held the games!!!). The ice runway on Alton Bay in Lake Winnipesaukee, the only registered ice airstrip in the US, announced it would not be opened this year, again due to lack of ice. This is likely to be one of the latest "ice-in" dates on record, if at all. A solid foot-ish snow base is giving local XC sports some exercise, and protecting local wildlife and fauna under an insulated blanket. Temps this weekend are expected to be in the -15°F to -20°F range, which we hope will limit the invasive bark beetles, fuzzy moths and other ecological threats. As for water, January's total was twice the PRISM average (6.47" vs. 3.20") and December's 150% (6.63" v. 4.24") catching up on a dry October and November for 122% of average for the first four months of the water year. Hoping we can retain the water as snowpack for a while for a healthy spring meltoff.  View
2/1/2023  NY-CQ-22 NYChautauqua Severely Wet General Awareness
We received over 111% the expected precipitation for the month of January with the majority of this precipitation coming in the form of rain or a rain/snow mix. Also the ground has not frozen.  View
2/1/2023  NY-WY-11 NYWyoming Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Partly cloudy and cold with a light breeze, becoming cloudy overnight. The high temperature was around nineteen degrees, and the low around eleven degrees Fahrenheit. Songbirds are eating consistently. Intermittent streams are flowing at winter levels.  View
2/1/2023  OH-MM-13 OHMiami Near Normal General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
Almost four inches of precipitation in January took my area out of the drought zone. The first week or so of February has a dry forecast which may put us right back in the dry mix.  View
2/1/2023  OK-MY-10 OKMayes Near Normal General Awareness
We received 0.41" of precip last week keeping our conditions about the same.  View
2/1/2023  RI-WS-42 RIWashington Moderately Wet General Awareness
January had about double the normal precipitation at my location. However, practically all was in the form of rain as storms predominantly passed to our north. The weather for January was more like late November all month. Winter barely made an appearance. There was very little snowfall. Tug Hollow pond has a thin skin of ice and has had no more than that the entire month. Local pond ice is usually several inches thick in a normal month of January . Tug Hollow waterfall is gushing and the ground is soft and damp and remains unfrozen.  View
2/1/2023  TX-BXR-437 TXBexar Moderately Dry General Awareness
Fire
Plants & Wildlife
Relief, Response & Restrictions
For the month of January, 0.68 inch of rain was reported in the San Antonio area (1.68 inches at rain station gauge). This is 1.12 inches less than the January historical average of 1.80 inches. The lack of rainfall created moderately dry conditions, resulting in more landscape watering and less water available for plants and wildlife. Wildfire threats were low. The Edwards Aquifer levels ranged from 635.60-637.61 feet with a monthly average of 636.5 feet. The historical January average is 669.2 feet. Stage 2 watering restrictions remained in effect for the month in the San Antonio area. Average low and high temperatures were 45 and 65 degrees, respectively with a monthly high and low of 82 and 31 degrees, respectively. Energy costs were moderate due to heating needs for lower temperatures.  View
2/1/2023  VA-SC-1 VAScott Moderately Wet General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
This report is for the month of January 2023. The month of January ended with slightly above average precipitation. To date we have had 4.47 inches of rain. The monthly average is 3.69 inches. The total number of days with precipitation for the month was 17. The most rain recorded for a 24 hr period was 0.97 inches, which occurred on the 12th. Most of the rain has been slow and steady with not much runoff. Rivers and streams are at full pool for the most part. The soil is saturated with puddles forming in the yard and sidewalk with every little shower. We have only had 0.8 inches of snow this month, which is almost 10x less than January 2022 at 8.9 inches. Overall, the average temperature for January 2023 was 10 degrees warmer than January 2022. The average high was 52°F, compared to 42°F for January 2022 and the average low was 35°F, compared to 25°F for January 2022. The highest temperature of the month was 66°F, which occurred on the 3rd. The lowest temperature of the month was 17°F. Have a couple of bird feeders out that I only have to fill every 4 or 5 days. Deer that I have seen seem to be in good condition. The 6-pointer and other lesser bucks that I saw in the fall made it through deer season and haven’t lost their antlers yet.  View
2/1/2023  VA-RNC-3 VARoanoke (city) Near Normal General Awareness
Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Water Supply & Quality
January ended with 2.40" of rainfall. Monthly mean is 3.17, so somewhat below average but longer term trend has been wetter. Monthly mean Jan. temperature of 44.9 at KROA was +7.0F departure from mean (1991-2020) and tied for 3rd warmest on record (since 1912). No measurable snow since start of meteorological winter (Dec. 1), which is the 6th such occurrence in Roanoke weather records.  View
2/1/2023  WY-JN-31 WYJohnson Mildly Wet Agriculture
Plants & Wildlife
Lingering snow drifts from late December storms had mostly cleared by mid-January except in shaded spots or places where it had drifted especially deep. Several recent storms have blanketed all areas in another 8 inches of snow. Ranchers with early lambing and calving schedules have been working hard to keep newborn animals alive in the arctic temperatures of the last week. Grazing livestock and wildlife have had to work the last two weeks to find forage in range and pasture situations.  View
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