Rain and snow, some heavy in the mountains, across the PNW and inland thru the northern Rockies to the Dakotas. Rain and t’showers expected across the south Plains and lower Mississippi Valley. A few snow showers New England otherwise the East Coast should see sunshine. A warm week expected across the south.
USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey says we are heading into spring rather quickly and ahead of schedule, which could have negative implications for small grains and blooming fruit crops.
USDA Meteorologists are raising alarms over low snowpacks in key Northwestern watersheds that may lead to water shortages and disrupt spring or summer planting.
As Texas cattle producers prod the possibility of expansion, USDA weather experts caution that recovery from long-term drought conditions will be a slow process.
LSU AgCenter’s Craig Gautreaux ventures into the heart of northwest Louisiana to witness agriculture’s ongoing struggle with extreme drought conditions there.
As the maple syrup season unfolds at an unprecedented pace, producers are bracing themselves for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
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USDA Meteorologist Brad Rippey discusses ongoing drought-related water storage issues with the Colorado River Basin and low snowpack levels in the Sierra Nevada.
In Middle Tennessee, where many have more than half a foot of snow on the ground right now, farmers are relishing the rare beauty of their snow-covered farms!