Weather

07

May
With the prospects of drought looming ever closer, Dr. Derrell Peel, OSU Extension livestock market economist, is encouraging cattle producers to have a plan in place now if there is a reduction in forage supplies. Get the lastest on today's Beef Buzz by the Radio Oklahoma Network. http://www.oklahomafarmreport.com/wire/beefbuzz/2021/05/01538_beefbuzz050721_082534.php#.YJVnD8CSnGg ...

07

May
Source: droughtmonitor.unl.edu This week's drought summary: This U.S. Drought Monitor (USDM) week saw an active weather pattern with severe weather observed across portions of the central and southern Plains, Texas, mid-South, ...

03

May
Back-to-back extreme weather events in Oklahoma and Texas underscore the need for affected homeowners to properly assess structural damage on their property. The first rule is to wait until authorities give the all-clear. After that, homeowners can safely and thoroughly check the entire house, including the roof, foundation and ...

30

Apr
Source: droughtmonitor.unl.edu Map released April 29, 2021 | Data valid April 27, 2021 This week's drought summary: Several upper-level troughs and closed lows moved in the westerly jet stream ...

28

Apr
Source: AgriLife Today | April 27, 2021 Sorghum acres are expected to be up this year as prices and increased export demand have made the crop a hot commodity, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert....

27

Apr
Source: USDA NASS Most of the state received from trace amounts to upwards of 2.0 inches of precipitation. Some areas in South Central Texas, East Texas, and the Upper Coast received up to 6.0 inches. Precipitation was neededthroughout the state as ...

21

Apr
The public may argue that some meteorologists simply throw darts at a board, but the truth is that a massive amount of scientific research goes into weather forecasting – and the science has improved. There is still much to learn, as forecasting for our chaotic atmosphere is difficult, ...

21

Apr
Drought conditions could hurt cotton yields, but good prices and strong demand could improve the overall outlook for farmers. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Kay Ledbetter) Source: AgriLife Today | April 20, 2021...

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