Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

“Soggy May in the U.S. Southeast steers day and nighttime temperatures in different directions”

Another great analysis of the May climate in the Southeast from Deke Arndt at NCEI in their “Beyond the Data” blog. He discusses the relationship between max and min temperatures and precipitation in the Southeast and shows how they are related. It might not be in the way you think! You can read it at https://www.climate.gov/news-features/blogs/beyond-data/soggy-may-us-southeast-steers-day-and-nighttime-temperatures.