Weather, field conditions vary across the Heartland
January 3, 2020 By Greg Soulje Filed Under: Uncategorized
Across the Corn Belt, rainy weather is maintaining
soggy field conditions in the Ohio Valley. Mild, dry weather covers the
remainder of the region, except for patches of light snow across the far upper
Midwest. Snow remains on the ground across much of the Dakotas, Minnesota, and
On the Plains, mostly dry but breezy weather
prevails. Snow has largely disappeared across the northern High Plains, but a
deep snow cover persists in parts of the Dakotas. Farther south, winter grains
in drought-affected areas of Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and northern Texas are
benefiting from improved soil moisture following recent precipitation.
In the South, rain stretches northeastward from the
central Gulf Coast. Meanwhile, unusual warmth prevails across the southern
Atlantic region, including Florida, well in advance of an approaching cold
In the West, showery weather persists along the
northern Pacific Coast, where another round of precipitation is spreading
inland. However, above-normal temperatures accompany the Northwestern
precipitation, limiting the accumulation of mountain snowpack. In much of the
Pacific Northwest, snowpack is less than 50% of the early-January average.
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