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 ||Ski season is impacted|
| D1 ||Some fields are left fallow|
|Water levels begin to decline; recreation and other uses impacted|
| D2 ||Pastures are brown; hay yields are down and prices are up; producers are selling cattle|
|Fire risk increases|
|Marshes are drying up, little water is available for waterfowl and wildlife; bears are moving into urban areas|
|River flows are low and tributaries are running dry; conservation efforts begin in irrigation districts|
| D3 ||Planting is delayed|
|Wldfire activity is high|
|Waterfowl disease outbreaks increase|
|Low oxygen and high river water temperatures are affecting fish|
|Reservoirs and lakes are very low compared to normal; irrigation water is scarce|
|Pumping well water increases; wells are going dry; homeowners are trucking in potable water|
| D4 ||Power generation is reduced|