(Tuesday, April 11) Paying the price for the mild winter, a drought watch is declared for all of Pennsylvania. We had a dry summer last year, then a wet fall, and then a dry winter. If this spring remains dry, we`d be heading into the summer with quite a drought on our hands. A drought watch calls for a voluntary five percent reduction in water use. The next stage, a drought warning, calls for a 10 to 15 percent voluntary reduction. A drought emergency is the most serious, calling for mandatory water restrictions. Pennsylvania`s last declared drought emergency was in 2002.