Stormy weather slows U.S. corn seedings, adds soil moisture

Wet and cold weather in the U.S. crop belt next week will continue to stall spring corn plantings but also will add valuable soil moisture to drought-stricken cropland, an agricultural meteorologist said on Friday. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Cooler-than-normal on the Plains

In the West, dry weather favors spring fieldwork. On the Plains, cooler-than-normal conditions persist. In the Corn Belt, a slow-moving storm system is centered near Lake Erie. In the South, recovery efforts are underway in areas affected by recent severe thunderstorms. FULL STORY »

Is the tide turning for the Plains drought?

April showers don’t just bring May flowers – they also bring welcomed relief to replenish soil left parched by the relentless drought. Is this wetter weather pattern here to stay? FULL STORY »

Weather report: Major storm unfolding on the Plains

In the West, chilly conditions persist, although temperatures are starting to rebound in northern California. On the Plains, a major, late-season storm is unfolding. In the Corn Belt, warm, mostly dry weather favors fieldwork in the Ohio and middle Mississippi Valleys. I FULL STORY »

Weather report: Snow hanging on across the northern Plains

In the West, a spring storm is gradually becoming organized across the southern Great Basin. On the Plains, snow is falling across parts of Montana and North Dakota. In the Corn Belt, a low-pressure system crossing the Mississippi Valley is producing widespread rain showers. In the South, warm, dry weather favors fieldwork and a rapid crop development pace. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Dry and warm on the Plains

In the West, near-to above-normal temperatures continue in most areas. On the Plains, mostly dry weather accompanies a warming trend. In the Corn Belt, chilly conditions persist, especially across the region’s northern tier. In the South, cool weather prevails in the wake of a departing storm. FULL STORY »

Drought slowly shifting westward

More than one-third of the nation is in severe or worse drought, and as April’s spotty showers bring hope to some, others are left high and dry. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Still dry in the Corn Belt

In the West, precipitation associated with a Pacific storm is overspreading northern and central California and the Pacific Northwest. On the Plains, showers linger across the southeastern corner of the region. In the Corn Belt, mostly dry weather prevails. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Warm air expands across the northern Plains

In the West, cold weather is limited to the central and southern Rockies. On the Plains, warmer air is expanding across northern areas, although cold weather persists along the Canadian border. In the Corn Belt, a high-pressure system centered over the region is maintaining unusually cold conditions. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Cold air lingers in the Corn Belt

In the West, rain and snow showers are confined to the Intermountain region. On the Plains, drought-easing rain is falling across parts of Kansas, Oklahoma, and eastern Texas. In the Corn Belt, unusually cold conditions persist. In the South, rain is gradually overspreading areas west of the Mississippi River. FULL STORY »

Weather report: Cold front sweeps across the northern Corn Belt

In the West, a few showers are occurring across northern California, southern Oregon, and the Intermountain region. On the Plains, warmth lingers across Texas, but below-normal temperatures are limiting winter wheat development across the remainder of the region. In the Corn Belt, unusually cool, breezy conditions persist. Ma rch temperatures averaged more than 10°F below normal in the far upper Midwest. FULL STORY »

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