C.O.R.N. Newsletter Articles

  1. Author(s): Jim Noel

    Summer rainfall has been on a wild swing. We have been going back and forth from wet to dry and now we are looking toward a bit wetter pattern again.

    The outlook for the rest of August calls for slightly above normal temperatures (about 1-2F). Rainfall will likely average 2-4 inches with normal being near 3 inches inches. Isolated totals could reach 5 inches through the end of August.

    Issue: 2018-25
  2. Author(s): Jim Noel

    The pattern change from wet to dry has arrived. For the remainder of July expect temperatures not too far from normal, some days above some days slightly below. Nothing real extreme to note in the temperatures. Humidity will also fluctuate from higher to lower to higher. Overall, moisture in the air will be typical for July. The one thing that will be different is the rainfall pattern. July has been a drier month for many areas. After a few showers or storms early this week, the next rain chance will be late this Friday into the weekend.

    Issue: 2018-22
  3. Weather Map Week of June 24
    Author(s): Jim Noel

    After a really wet period last week and even some flooding in northwest Ohio, we will be seeing a switch toward hotter weather and a drier window from Thursday into the weekend.

    Issue: 2018-19
  4. Weather Map Week of June 10
    Author(s): Jim Noel

    Not much has change since last week in terms of the outlook. The rest of June is likely to be warmer than normal with high variability of rainfall but tendency to above normal rainfall.

    It appears a heat dome will be centered in the south central U.S. this summer with periods where it shifts over the corn and soybean belt and Ohio Valley. The next surge of heat will come this weekend into early next week. With these surges come a ring of fire of storms around the heat dome leading to locally heavy rainfall. However, that rain will be scattered in nature.

    Issue: 2018-17
  5. Ohio Weather Pattern 6-4-2018
    Author(s): Jim Noel

    As summer nears, the weather pattern supports an increasing risk of big differences in rainfall totals from too wet to too dry.

    Issue: 2018-16
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