Weather Conditions

C.O.R.N. Newsletter Articles

  1. Author(s): Jim Noel

    It is that time of the year where winter is here but spring is just around the corner.

    The weather, climate and hydrology patterns still remain wet across the region. This makes Ohio vulnerable to wet conditions.

    The outlook for February calls for normal to slightly below normal temperatures with not too far from normal rainfall. There is a chance February could be drier than normal but the chances are not high.

    Issue: 2020-02
  2. Author(s): Jim Noel

    A more active weather pattern is ahead. We expect a weak to moderate storm with some rainfall every 3-4 days over the next few weeks.

    For the week of Oct 22 expect slightly above normal temperatures by a degree or two and rainfall between 0.25-0.75 inches on average. There could be some scattered freezing temperatures in the north and west sections of Ohio especially come Saturday morning.

    Issue: 2019-36
  3. 16 - Day Moisture Forecast
    Author(s): Jim Noel

    After another hot week (until late this week), a cool down to normal temperatures is expected starting either Oct. 3 or 4 that will last through Oct. 15. Temperatures are expected to return to above normal (but no where near current levels) from Oct. 15-31.

    Rainfall will be above normal in northern Ohio this week. The week of Oct. 7 will be normal or below normal but confidence is next week's rainfall pattern is low to moderate. Above normal rainfall is in the outlook for the second half of October which could slow harvest after Oct. 15.

    Issue: 2019 - 33
  4. 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
  5. 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
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