The U.S. Drought Monitor shows drought growth in the Southwest. It’s something AgDay Meteorologist Mike Hoffman is looking at too.
NOAA forecasts a warmer than expected winter for much of the United States. NOAA says the greatest likelihood for warmer-than-normal conditions are in Alaska and Hawaii. However, some meteorologists aren’t
Conditions are making things tough for farmers. There are growing concerns for cattle, cotton and corn due to the worsening drought that was fueled this summer by record heat.
Pockets of the Midwest are colored bright blue for wet conditions. Some places may even become worse as some snow is expected. AgDay Meteorologist Mike Hoffman has more in your
Growers in the Southeast are experiencing some very hot conditions as they continue on with harvest. Meteorologist Cindi Clawson says that pattern is going to stay a bit longer.
Farmers in the Corn Belt wait to see if they will receive a frost over the weekend.
Dryness and drought spread across much of the contiguous 48 states over the past week, with relief limited to areas of the Southeast, according to today’s National Drought Monitor update.