Some of the states are getting enormous amounts of rain. If you are doing the maintenance on the ponds, keep an eye on the pH and kh (total alkalinity). Acid rain drops the ph, your kh is your back up to keep your ph stable. Ph drops to 5 will kill quickly fish and good bacteria. Simple fix, keep baking soda available to raise the the ph quickly but only after checking/binding any ammonia. Hitting record temperatures, pond will need more air and if they are shallow, shade for the fish. Floating plants like water hyacinth or lettuce works or a shade sail. Don't forget your 10% water change weekly.