Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

Using trends to make seasonal forecasts

Yesterday I posted the latest seasonal outlook for winter for the US.  One of the things it showed was the likely impact of the developing La Niña on this coming winter.  But the Climate Prediction Center uses other things as well to make their predictions.  Here at Climate.gov Tom DiLiberto…
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How will increases in warm fall temperatures affect SEC football?

Today’s football game in Athens is being played in temperatures far above normal, although they are not quite as close to record-setting highs as we experienced earlier this week. In fact, in much of the Southeast temperatures the last two weeks have been more like July or August than mid-October,…
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When does winter begin?

Are you tired of hot, humid conditions? Ready for some of the cool stuff? I can’t change the weather in the Southeast, but I can give you a preview of when typical winter conditions begin, thanks to Barb Mayes Boustead, Steve Hilberg, and Martha Shulski via Twitter. You can read…
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