Weather Conditions

C.O.R.N. Newsletter Articles

  1. 16-day Precipitation Map beginning 9/15/19
    Author(s): Jim Noel

    After a cooler start to September it was expected to be warmer than average and that has happened and will last the rest of the month. Highs will generally be in the 70s and 80s north half and in the upper 70s to near 90 range in the south half. Lows will generally be in the 50s and 60s. This will be several degrees above normal.

    Issue: 2019 - 31
  2. Author(s): Jim Noel

    The weather pattern is not real supportive of rainfall. The weather models continue to try and support rainfall of normal or slightly above normal, however, current topsoil conditions along with a west to northwest flowing weather pattern does not support that. The last 7 days shows dry conditions across most of the corn and soybean growing areas.

    Issue: 2019-25
  3. Author(s): Jim Noel

    June and July together for Ohio will go down as 1-2 degrees warmer than normal and rainfall will go down on average as 100-175% of normal. However, details and timing matter. Looking at July only, rainfall will go down as 75-100 percent of normal over the southwest part of the state while the northern and east will down down as 100-150% of normal.

    Issue: 2019-24
  4. Author(s): Jim Noel

    ...Another hot week before a trend toward normal...

    This week will be marked by hot and humid conditions with rains later Tuesday into Wednesday from the remnants of Barry. Most places will likely see 0.50-1.00 inches but even with Barry going by the rainfall will be highly variable with some areas getting less than 0.50 inches and others getting over 2.00 inches.

    Issue: 2019-22
  5. Figure 1. Weather Prediction Center 7-day precipitation forecast.
    Author(s): Aaron Wilson

    This past week featured a very summer-like pattern, with average temperatures running 2 to 8 degrees Fahrenheit above average and isolated but locally heavy thunderstorm activity. The largest differences compared to average occurred over northwest Ohio, where a lack of crop cover allowed surfaces to dry quickly and temperatures to rise efficiently. Much of the storm activity was found from parts of northwest Ohio, through east-central Ohio, and into the southeast counties, where widespread 2-3 inches fell with local amounts in excess of 5 inches.

    Issue: 2019-21
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