NEWS
Joel Burgio Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Mon Oct 14, 2013 03:26 PM CDT

METEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION

The upper level analysis Monday shows a split jet stream pattern. The northern branch of the jet stream features a ridge over eastern Alaska and western Canada, a trough over central Canada and a ridge over eastern Canada. The southern branch of the jet stream features a trough over the southwest U.S., a ridge over the south-central and northeast U.S.

EXTENDED OUTLOOK

The U.S. and European models are in fair to good agreement during the next 5-7 days, fair agreement during the 8 to 10 day period. I am using a compromise between the models as it concerns ...

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