May 2, 10 a.m. CDT
With only 45 days until the start of the 2019 season, what can you expect? Our long-range forecast experts will help you plan and prepare.
Now that winter is behind us and spring is officially here, you could be forgiven for dropping your guard and being a bit less cautious on the roads.
Industry-leading ag and weather solutions are now available to Decisive Farming customers.
For the final installment of this irrigation scheduling blog series – please read part one and part two if you haven’t already – I’ll begin with a sobering reminder: there is no magic recipe for facilitating ag technology adoption.
The Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board’s (AHDB) WeatherHub, which aggregates and visualizes weather data, added ClearAg current and forecast weather information to its website, as well as via bespoke applications using third-party data dashboards, in July 2018.
Most people think that once you get a meteorology degree, you’re destined to embark on a career as a forecaster. While that’s often true, it’s sometimes the case that a degree in meteorology by itself has limited value in today’s marketplace. For that reason, I encourage those with a degree in meteorology to combine it
The “Bomb Cyclone” that made national headlines during the middle part of last week was a spectacular example of what a strong late-winter/early-spring storm can be in the central United States.
While most people consider March 20 to officially be the first day of spring because of its coincidence with the spring equinox, for the more meteorologically inclined spring has already begun.
A very active monsoon trough across northern Queensland and a tropical low-pressure system that developed along the trough have resulted in record-setting rainfall amounts across the area.
The Pineapple Express may sound like a fast train in the tropics, but did you know it’s an actual term to describe at atmospheric feature? Another long-lasting, wet & snowy period for Northern California over the next 2-days. "Atmospheric river" or "Pineapple Express" terms for the continuous moisture stream arriving out of the subtropical Pacific.