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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst

Monday 12/17/12

El Nino Trend In SOI
Drought areas of the Plains and Midwest may get some needed precipitation thanks in part to a recent strong El Nino trend in the Pacific Ocean.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 2:14PM CST 12/17/12 by Bryce Anderson | Post a Comment
Comments (2)
David Kruse ( Commstock report) stated Greenland glaciers r melting at a record pace! That would b good as it would create more water for evaporation thus curing the drought. Remeber there is only so much water on earth.
Posted by Unknown at 5:17PM CST 12/17/12
The unknown comment makes me wonder if the oceans are really rising. Its not too tough, even a farmer can figure out you just make a mark on the dock look at it at the same tide time each month for a year or more. If the mark is covered up the ocean is rising or the land is sinking.Also tons of soil are flowing into the ocean floors that would displace water. Has some one actually measured the ocean level?
Posted by FRANK FULWIDER at 7:42AM CST 12/18/12
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