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 ||Grass fires increase|
|Lawns are brown; landscape and gardens are watered more frequently|
| D1 ||Most crops and vegetation are stressed; farmed Christmas trees are stressed|
|Well levels decline|
| D2 ||Corn and soybean yields are low|
|Mature trees are stressed|
|Streamflow is extremely low, potentially too low to irrigate|
| D3 ||Fire danger is extreme; buildings are destroyed and people are evacuated|
|Crop yields are down; irrigation costs rise|
|Power plants operate at reduced capacity or temporarily close|
|Lake levels are too low for sailboats and docks|
| D4 ||Michigan has had little or no experience in D4 so no impacts have been recorded at that level in the Drought Impact Reporter|