NOAA shows 2019 was the second wettest year on record for the United States, behind 1973 by less than an inch. It makes people wonder what happened the year after
Meteorologist Mike Hoffman takes a closer look at a strange weather system.
It is well in to January but it may actually start to feel like winter. Rain and snow is on the way in the Southwest.
Fresh data shows U.S. farmers churned out another bumper harvest despite some of the wildest growing conditions in years.
Watch to see how these weather factors unfold in early 2020.
Most of the country is experiencing some ugly weather. Therefore, it may not be a surprise to hear precipitation is expected to be above normal this week too.
There was nothing typical about this year’s grain season in the U.S. Midwest, with one exception: The size of the corn crop.