Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

Very warm October should temporarily cool down

Halfway through October (where does the time go?), and we see that so far this month we have been far above normal in temperature and with scattered areas of heavy rain, mostly from tropical systems like Nate. This week should be cooler, but a return to above normal temperatures is…
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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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Little rain for next seven days

It’s the driest time of the year in most of the Southeast, and this week will be no exception.  Almost everywhere in the region will receive less than a half inch of rain, with the exception of southern Florida and coastal areas of Georgia. Most of that rain is expected…
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