Summer weather look-ahead|
descriptionKyle Tapley, senior ag meteorologist with MDA Weather Services, talks about the prospects for growing heat and dryness later into the summer.
Northey says Iowa needs rain
Don't you are really short still in Iowa the we used up everything last year we've got a little bit more moisture and central and southeast Iowa and we haven't northwest Iowa that's shortage area. Of course I cannot change for the Pittsburgh rain and that's what we're all hoping for right now we'remind having to open up some some new -- aid or some new packages for. Harper agrees scene in and things like yes. Yeah it it's hard to. Beach or water -- and there certainly were ways to be open up some. For each person those livestock producers and and I think we'd be very ready to do that. There's still some concern about smoke Orwell's so there are some
Wet April, Drier May seen for Corn Belt
Sure that's as far as starting up just short term you're able to the next couple weeks are going to be colder than normal and generally what normal process USO. We're he's planting delays I think. This planting season. We did earlier in the name I think we'll warming temperatures and drier weathersummer and -- forge connections you have an engine itself. Across western corn dog continued tracks extremist that that first round here that's. And -- it. That was across western --
U.S. corn likely to miss trendline yield
Elwynn Taylor, Iowa State University weather specialist, sees fourth year of below trendline yield.we need to get the Mississippi River running standard -- we don't eat lunch hour Does this recent wet areas need the we're going to have wet. There's also -- like you think that changing much. And
Critical Weather for Corn Planting
Sure start out with with temperatures are expecting him to temperatures between you and your normal news we've seen in March through march April. So what's it close to normal cross as the core. And lower temperatures obviously the normal temperatures rising rapidly and next week. Christmas vacationclose to normal cross as the core. And lower temperatures obviously the normal temperatures rising rapidly and -- next week. -- -- Christmas vacation we are expecting some drier weather here the next week or so. And
Weather Challenges Corn Acreage Estimates
I think he's given given a reason to arrange events and also snow in the Dakotas. Do you last year playing attention report showed it pretty big jump. In North Dakota if you look at their numbers but it goes to show the most sizable increase in acres. And as a as stance it was floating in the riverAround 9595. And a half but we do -- to have a negative bias unless the weather turns around here really quickly which we hopefully it will. There's nothing really bullish about the corn market rightGPS. You know I think that there is there's a lot of political pressure on the market we've heard recently from some of the big banks that they don't wanna be at the end of the -- -- -- And it's it's the end that eight game commodities so you know I think there's more negative bias throughout the entire commodity and tonight we call commodity land. And I and I and I believe that negative bias just to transmit itself and the funds and other financial players speculators just selling us on the market. I also getting back
Upper Midwest Moisture
Freese-Notis Meteorologist, Craig Solberg looks at the recent precipitation trends in the southern plains and upper midwest.locally even heavier during that period. For a large portion of eastern South Dakota and southern Minnesota All right this was an issue at the start of spring we reached the point worse much rain has fallen in recent
Too dry in the midwest?
Meteorologist Craig Solberg looks at the precipitation forecast for the end of Maycorn belt does not see any rain since may sixth. All of us open period -- field work lasted might actually turn into a situation where they actually get a bit to drive. Let's try to ask several questions here this morning. Get rainfall last week was very light across the midwest as is illustrated very clearly by our first graphic this morning which -- -- estimated rainfall for the middle of the country for the one week timeframe -- on Monday morning may fourteenth. Large portions of South Dakota Iowa Nebraska Kansas Missouri. Wisconsin Illinois and northern Indiana saw little or no rain in that period which aloft for a quick resumption of
Does warm spring mean hot summer?
Reporting from sunny beautiful downtown just outside the offices of successful farming noticed meteorologist Craig Colbert. If this is we have a very long time in the midwest about an extended period of unusually cool weather. You're right we have just finished our warmest meteorological spring-- just outside the offices of successful farming -- -- noticed meteorologist Craig Colbert . If this is we have -- a very long time in the midwest about an extended period of unusually cool weather. You're right we have just finished our warmest meteorological spring ever recorded and that comes after a winter that was among the ten warmest average well. Last -- not all that cool and of course last summer was also one of the warmest ever recorded. Go back to the winter of 20102011. Defined the last time that a big part of the midwest. Had below normal temperatures for any decent degree to a given season. We would spend some time this morning trying to figure out at this recent
Volatile weather days ahead
Iowa State University Extension ag meteorologist Elwynn Taylor talks about the long-term data behind an outlook that is based on a shift to more variable & volatile corn yields in the coming years. Taylor spoke with attendees to the 2012 World Pork Expo this week in Des Moines, Iowa.We've we've been talking -- -- about you know volatility. The corn market volatility Ainsley at least. And just out you know every every weather report every correct -- upward either Portland that tends to have an influence on the market -- and four man and talk today
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