C.O.R.N. Newsletter Articles

  1. Author(s): Jim Noel

    May worked out as forecast with a wet start followed by a gradual planting window.

    Looking forward, the variable weather pattern continues in the short-term with temperatures continuing to fluctuate.

    June Growing Season Outlook

    Issue: 2022-17
  2. Author(s): Aaron Wilson


    Issue: 2022-16
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    Author(s): Jim Noel

    April was a challenging month. It was a cold month with most of Ohio -1F to -3F below normal for temperatures. We saw late freezes and snow events. Because of the cold, precipitation was generally around or slightly below normal in the 60-120% of normal range. However, with limited evaporation and evapotranspiration, soils did not dry much.

    Issue: 2022-12
  4. Author(s): Aaron Wilson


    Issue: 2022-07
  5. Author(s): Aaron Wilson

    Meteorological winter (Dec-Feb) has ended. Looking back, it was the 26th warmest and 16th wettest winter on record for Ohio since 1895. After a very warm December, January and February were a bit on the cool side. A very active late winter pattern brought frequent, moisture-rich storm systems across Ohio, with upwards of 6-8 inches of liquid-equivalent precipitation (snow and rain) falling during February along the Cincinnati to Columbus corridor (Figure 1).

    Issue: 2022-06
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