LATEST NEWS FROM Weather (General)

Brazil Cerrado savanna
07:00AM Dec 02, 2019

Market Pop from South American Weather Not Likely

As the calendar flips to 2020, the market’s focus will shift to South America. If farmers are hoping for a market run fueled by imperfect weather in South America, meteorologists
06:00AM Dec 02, 2019

U.S. Braces for Possible French Fry Shortage After Poor Potato Harvest

Wire Service
otato processors are rushing to buy supplies and ship them across North America in order to keep French fries on the menu after cold, wet weather damaged crops in key
Almond Orchard
03:41AM Dec 02, 2019

John's World: Is Alaska the Next Big Player in American Agriculture?

A shift in weather patterns is aiding agriculture in Alaska. Since the state imports 95% of its food, there is strong incentive to gamble on new ag ventures. John Phipps
13:25PM Dec 01, 2019

Harvest of Thanks: A Slow Recovery in Hamburg, IA

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben heads to Hamburg, Iowa for the Harvest of Thanks special to see how the town starts its recovery process and what farmers are thankful for
12:59PM Dec 01, 2019

USDA Meteorologist Expects Snowy, Colder Winter In Northern Plains

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
Harvest is still on the move as a new month begins. Some farmers hurry to harvest. Yet, some meteorologists say the weather isn’t looking good and may not get better.
13:06PM Nov 27, 2019

Strong Storm Systems Move Throughout U.S. During Thanksgiving Holiday

AgDay TV
AgWeb Contributor
There may be much to celebrate this Thanksgiving but weather isn’t one of them. Click on the link for your AgDay forecast.
10:46AM Nov 27, 2019

The Link Between Weather Extremes and Plants

Iowa State University strives for more resilient plants.