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NOAA’S Winter Outlook is a Headache For Farmers Already Dealing with Drought

While those of us in the Southeast have experienced plenty of rain this year, large parts of the country have been fighting drought and heat. This has caused plenty of problems for farmers in the middle of the country, and they are worried that the effects of La Nina this winter may cause even more problems going into next growing season. In particular, the warmer and drier conditions in the southern US are expected to expand the drought in the Southwest. You can read more at AgWeb here.