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 ||Soil moisture is low; pasture and row crops are stressed|
|Fire danger increases|
|Weather is good for construction projects|
|Lake and river levels decline; water temperatures rise|
| D1 ||Winter snow events are canceled|
|River and lake levels are lower than normal|
| D2 ||Ground is hard; seed corn is short; feed is expensive; crop yields are low|
|Fire danger is high; burn permits are required|
|Landscaping is stressed; leaves change colors early|
|Bears search for food; trout runs are hampered; fish kills occur|
|River flow is very low; snowpack is significantly lower; well levels decrease|
| D3 ||Corn is harvested early; emergency haying and grazing are authorized|
|Wildfires are widespread|
|Surface waters are near record lows|