LATEST NEWS FROM Frost

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11:36AM Oct 11, 2019

AgDay Weather: Root Zone Moisture Map Shows Both Dry, Wet Conditions

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
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
14:24PM Sep 30, 2019

Is Frost a Possibility for the Midwest This Week?

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
The maturity of the U.S. corn crop is running at its slowest pace since 2009. For soybeans dropping leaves, it's the slowest since 1996. That's according to Crop Progress report
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10:19AM Sep 30, 2019

U.S. Farm Report: Frost Is a Real Fear for Growers This Week

U.S. Farm Report
AgWeb Contributor
Summer-like temperatures could taper off in some growing areas this week. Cindi Clawson has your week-long forecast.
15:36PM Sep 26, 2019

Air Mass Isn’t Cold Enough For Frost Yet, Possibly Next Week

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
“The long-range computer models have kept trying to bring cold air to the Plains and it hasn’t really happened yet,” said Mike Hoffman.
13:35PM Sep 23, 2019

Frost Not in the Forecast For Now

U.S. Farm Report
AgWeb Contributor
U.S. Farm Report meteorologist Mike Hoffman's 30-day forecast shows above normal temperatures for portions of the CornBelt.
12:02PM Aug 05, 2019

How Likely is an Early Frost?

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
Ed Vallee of Empire Weather says the atmosphere is indicating the first frost will most likely be normal for the Corn Belt.
13:40PM Jul 09, 2019

Meteorologists Affirm Farmer Angst About Summer Heat, Early Frost

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
Kirk Heinz and Michael Clark of BAMWX.com validated those fears on an episode of AgriTalk this week.