The state table below highlights common impacts reported in the state. For more impact details, please visit the Drought Impact Reporter.
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| D0 ||Irrigation demand is higher than normal|
|Ski areas open later, visitation is lower, snowpack is lower|
| D1 ||Dryland hay and grain crop yields are low; other crops and pasture are in poor condition|
|Well levels decline; reservoir levels are low; water shortages occur; water conservation programs are in place|
|Fire risk is elevated, fires spread easily|
|Deer are scrawny; bird population suffers due to loss of food and habitat; trees are stressed|
| D2 ||Grazing season is shortened, vegetation is sparse; crops are left unharvested; feedlots are not profitable|
|River levels are very low|
|Hydroelectric power is down; irrigation water allotments are significantly curtailed|
| D3 ||Dryland farms are left fallow; forage is limited; cattle herds are cut|
|Spring snowpack is very low|
|Number of fires increase|