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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst

Monday 06/09/14

El Nino Influence Has Likely Begun
Recent weather pattern changes over North America have El Nino-related features.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 10:27AM CDT 06/09/14 by Bryce Anderson | Post a Comment
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There is no doubt there has been a tremendous amount of moisture hit the High Plains in the past few weeks that is years overdue, but there are still areas that are lacking. Our extreme SW Kansas county has missed most of the big rains as they have generally stayed south or north/northeast of here. Last night we finally recieved around 1/2"+ county wide, but most areas around us have had numerous days with 1"+ rains. I guess the thing we can hope for is that the pattern is there for additional rainfall and one of these days it'll be our turn. Pretty bad when you are jealous of areas that are in Flood Watchs/Warnings.
Posted by Brad Niehues at 1:45PM CDT 06/09/14
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