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May 02, 2019

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Jun 25, 2018

Maximize Manure With Nitrogen Stabilizers

Dr. Dan Andersen, Iowa State University, and Kenny Johnson, CCA, Corteva Agriscience™, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont™, will explain the impact of various cropping and nutrient management systems on crop yield and drainage water quality in this free webinar. Topics will include nitrogen stabilizers’ overall effectiveness on water quality and corn

Jan 05, 2017

Blame Hot Volcanoes for the Cold Wet Early Winter

Santa wasn’t the only Arctic activ­ity this Christmas. From December 23 to December 26 Mt Bogoslof in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands had repeated eruptions reaching around 30,000 feet (9.1 km or 5.7 miles) high. This will be high enough to hit the Great Lakes with anoth­er cold front but not high
Jan 05, 2017

Blame Hot Volcanoes for the Cold Wet Early Winter

Santa wasn’t the only Arctic activ­ity this Christmas. From December 23 to December 26 Mt Bogoslof in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands had repeated eruptions reaching around 30,000 feet (9.1 km or 5.7 miles) high. This will be high enough to hit the Great Lakes with anoth­er cold front but not high
Dec 16, 2016

C-C-C-COLD-D-D-D!

Blame Russia. No – we aren’t being political. We’re talking about the Siberian Express. It’s sort of a cold war of weather, when the frigid Arctic weather in eastern Russia zips through the USA. While scientists argue about the La Niña in the tropics, (it’s flickering on and off), our
Dec 01, 2016

La Nina ‒ It's Fading

Will there or won’t there be a cool La Niña in the Tropical Pacific? Source: NOAA Working with climate is an amazing business. This November, it has been hard to find people who flip-fop more than politicians – but the climate scientists have! In early 2016, they predicted La Niña
Nov 23, 2016

Tornadoes – The Quiet Year and Next Year’s Outlook

Tornadoes – The Quiet Year and Next Year’s Outlook Did you enjoy the quiet year? NOAA statistics show 2016 was one of the quietest years for tornadoes since records began in 1954. This is the 5th year in a row that tornado activity has been below average. 2016 ‒ a
Oct 31, 2016

The Sweet Spot for Good Winter Weather

Right now, there are a lot of scientists arguing. Their models are tied up in knots. It looks like cattle raisers and corn farmers will be the real winners of this debate. Will the cooling Tropical Pacific become a La Niña? Source: NASA Here’s what they are fighting about. The