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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst

Tuesday 04/23/13

Analyzing An Enigma
A difficult weather pattern to get a handle on.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 11:49AM CDT 04/23/13 by Mike Palmerino | Post a Comment
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We've missed most all the good moisture events in western KS since last fall. Year to date we've had 0.96" in 10 measurable events. Last soaking rain was October 14, 2012 at our place. Many areas are worse than we are. No relief in sight. What's worse is this drought has been going on since the fall of 2010. Kind of frustrating to see all the moisture that is just out of range. Glad areas are healing up, but we need something pretty quick. Starting to look a lot like 2011 which was horrible.
Posted by Brad Niehues at 9:02AM CDT 04/24/13
I guess we shouldn't blame the weatherperson for the 4 foot snow drifts, the cold and rainy weather and the frost not out of the ground yet in southern mn, we can blame Mother Nature. You are off the hook this time weatherperson. This keeps up and I will start on you too.
Posted by tbs farms at 12:17PM CDT 04/24/13
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