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Don't Handcuff Climate Change Research
Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Mon Nov 4, 2013 10:51 AM CST

An unwelcome event -- the first snow of the season -- is on track for the northwestern Corn Belt Tuesday, Nov. 5. There's a good chance that a swath from eastern South Dakota through south-central Minnesota will get from three to five inches of snow -- and in south-central Minnesota, that amount goes up to six-plus inches. This is all part of a definitely wetter trend that the northwestern Corn Belt has going on through mid-November. This trend will certainly cause some slowdowns in harvest and, when added to the propane shortage that has developed in Minnesota, northern Iowa and ...

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