Droughts come, and droughts go. The past two months have provided a very clear object lesson in this, as the western drought continues to be slowly erased, while key grain production areas in the Plains and Midwest see drought conditions emerge and expand.
Deep South freeze means fewer blueberries and peaches
The latest snapshot of Kansas crop conditions shows the lack of rain is hurting the state's winter wheat crop.
More Extreme Weather Coming After Record 2016 Heat, WMO Says
Each field needs your attention.
Families in New England are trying to dig out of their homes after a massive snow storm.
Request seeks temporary suspension of CRP acres for grazing.
On March 6 a tornado howled through the small town of Shelbina, Mo. The EF1 strength tornado brought damage centralized around the South Shelby High School, stretching to nearby homes. For one family it meant their home of more than 20 years was destroyed.
Wildfires spread across Kansas and Oklahoma amid dry spell.
NOAA has finished tabulating December, January and February climate data and has determined that portions of nine U.S. states experienced record-breaking winter weather. Nationally, the U.S. saw the sixth-warmest winter on record, according to NOAA.
Winds are expected to slow down Wednesday, but weather conditions are still not ideal for emergency crews battling wildfires in four states that have killed six people and destroyed hundreds of square miles of land.
Emergency crews on Tuesday struggled to contain deadly wildfires that have scorched hundreds of square miles of land in four states and forced thousands of people to flee their homes ahead of the wind-whipped flames.
Unseasonably high temperatures have allowed Illinois farmers to work in the fields, but many of them are wondering how the weather will affect their crops and orchards.
As of Monday, March 27
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