Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

Happy birthday, National Weather Service!

On this date in 1870, the National Weather Service was born. “A Joint Congressional Resolution requiring the Secretary of War “to provide for taking meteorological observations at the military stations in the interior of the continent, and at other points in the States and Territories…and for giving notice on the…
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Will spring tornadoes increase in the future?

Farm workers know the importance of keeping abreast of severe weather.  If you are outside, you are more vulnerable to the perils of lightning, floods, and dangerous winds and tornadoes.  A new study published this week and described here in LiveScience discusses changes in the spring tornado season (March-May) that…
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Another mostly dry and cool week coming

The outlook for the next two weeks is looking mostly cool and drier than average, although there will be some rain and a few warm days.  For the next week, most of the Southeast should see one shot of rain on Monday with totals of less than half an inch,…
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