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Even though not everyone believes that climate change is a reality, changes are taking place that impact our work in the ag industry Moisture concerns continue. Even though snow means more work around farms and ranches, getting snow during the winter...
This post has been corrected, as indicated below.The average global temperature in 2012 was among the 10 hottest since official record keeping began in 1880, with most of the world — from North America to far northeastern Asia — experiencing higher-than-usual temperatures, according to...
The average global temperature for 2012 was 10th warmest since record-keeping began in 1880, according to U.S. climate researchers. The globe averaged about 58 degrees last year, 1.03 degrees above the 20th century average, according to the National...
This year’s hurricane season — which officially comes to a close Friday — has proved to be one of the most active on record, with Hurricane Isaac and super storm Sandy wreaking havoc on two coastlines, although both storms, technically,...
Dennis Todey, state climatologist for South Dakota, recently answered several questions about what type of winter people in northeastern South Dakota can expect. Q. What does your office consider winter? A. Although winter doesn't officially begin...
Tags: Winter Solstice, Weather, Weather Reports
I never really believed that a groundhog or the Farmers' Almanac could predict weather, but after reading your article on Dec. 17, "Old Man Winter not easy to predict," I am certain that anyone can have a shot at it. Here is what I learned from the...
A record-warm spring, second-warmest summer, fourth-warmest winter and above-normal fall made 2012 the warmest year on record for the contiguous states, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. It was a foregone conclusion...
Maryland Weather blog readers predicted a wide range of potential snowfall this winter in Baltimore, but on average, did not stray far from history. On average, readers are predicting 20.4 inches of snowfall in our annual forecasting contest, slightly...
Seeing local crop fields that suffered from wind erosion during the high winds in late-October seems mild compared to the dust bowl days of the dirty '30s, recently portrayed in the PBS documentary The Dust Bowl. If you missed the documentary Nov. 18...
Barring an extreme change in temperatures in December, 2012 will surpass 1998 as the warmest on record across the country. But it will be virtually impossible to set a record in Baltimore. December would have to be 1 degree colder than the coldest...
Tags: Weather, Weather Reports, Baltimore Weather
November will end as the first colder-than-normal month in Baltimore since January 2011, according to National Weather Service data. The month's average temperature will likely be more than 3 degrees below the typical 46.5 degrees. As of Wednesday,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgUnseasonably warm temperatures the past few days might be good news for travelers, but farmers would rather have rain or a foot of snow on the ground. "The drought has been getting worse," said Laura Edwards, climate field specialist for South Dakota...
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