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Ohio Region Watershed Drought Information

Ohio Region Current Conditions

Drought & Dryness Categories
% of Ohio Region
0
0
0
0
0
0
Percent of Normal Precipitation (%)
100%
Departure from Normal Max Temperature (°F)
0

Recent Precipitation & Temperature Conditions

Precipitation Conditions

Inches of Precipitation
Percent of Normal Precipitation (%)
100%
Percent of Normal Precipitation (%)
100%

Temperature Conditions

Maximum Temperature (°F)
60
Departure from Normal Max Temperature (°F)
0
Departure from Normal Max Temperature (°F)
0

Agriculture in Ohio Region

U.S. Drought Monitor
U.S. Drought Monitor
U.S. Drought Monitor
U.S. Drought Monitor
U.S. Drought Monitor

Crop Production (Acres) or Livestock Count

A circle with the radius of 20 pixels identifies:
> 500,000
A circle with the radius of 16 pixels identifies:
> 300,000
A circle with the radius of 12 pixels identifies:
> 100,000
A circle with the radius of 8 pixels identifies:
≤ 100,000

13,544,561
acres of corn (estimated) in drought (D1–D4)
12,884,221
acres of soybean (estimated) in drought (D1–D4)
5,740,318
acres of hay (estimated) in drought (D1–D4)
6,317,489
number of hog (estimated) in drought (D1–D4)
2,030,764
number of cattle (estimated) in drought (D1–D4)
Water Supply in Ohio Region

Streamflow Conditions
Streamflow Conditions
Probability of Below-Normal Precipitation
100%
Probability of Above-Normal Precipitation
100%
Probability of Near-Normal Precipitation
50%
Predicted Inches of Precipitation
1.75

12
percent of streamflow sites are below normal
12
percent of streamflow sites are above normal
0
percent of the Ohio Region has below-normal precipitation probability this month
99
percent of the Ohio Region has above-normal precipitation probability this month
Soil Moisture in Ohio Region

20 cm Soil Moisture Percentile
70
100
0–100 cm Soil Moisture Percentile
70
100

Historical Conditions for the Ohio Region

U.S. Drought Monitor

The U.S. Drought Monitor (2000–present) depicts the location and intensity of drought across the country. Every Thursday, authors from NOAA, USDA, and the National Drought Mitigation Center produce a new map based on their assessments of the best available data and input from local observers. The map uses five categories: Abnormally Dry (D0), showing areas that may be going into or are coming out of drought, and four levels of drought (D1–D4). Learn more.

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