The heat is sticking around for most of the country during the holiday week. AgDay meteorologist Cindi Clawson explains during her forecast.
Temperatures may be normal to above normal for majority of the United States during the holiday week.
The Western areas of the United States are still battling dry conditions.
“Weather is still, in my opinion, and will always be the thing that has the single-biggest impact on prices or at least has the ability to,” says Joe Vaclavik, president
The Drought Monitor shows some dry areas in the country. Will the drought monitor improve? Cindi has the forecast.
California has sued the Trump Administration to block new rules that would let farmers take more water from California’s rivers. This comes after the President traveled to California’s Central Valley
According to the United States Drought Monitor, 46 percent of California is considered abnormally dry. Nearly 10 percent of the state is under a moderate drought. Those numbers are climbing