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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst

Thursday 10/31/13

Colder, Snowier Conditions Seen by Mid-November
The upper level wind flow pattern around the Northern Hemisphere is showing a few signs that point toward a more pronounced turn to winter weather for the Prairies as we move into early November.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 10:04AM CDT 10/31/13 by Doug Webster | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
There is still plenty of harvest to finish in South Dakota. No where near complete. This is not a good forecast.
Posted by Charles Johnson at 7:54PM CDT 10/31/13
there sure is charles. Corn is too wet and there is some laying flat from the windstorms we had awhile ago
Posted by unkown northern plains at 8:33AM CDT 11/01/13
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