Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

Dry week ahead will aid recovery efforts

The next week should be almost completely dry for those in the area affected by Hurricane Michael this past week. Those dry conditions should help recovery efforts in clearing roads, repairing power lines, fixing houses, and recovering scattered livestock. They need all the help they can get! We are thinking…
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8 PM update on Hurricane Michael

While I am traveling, I can’t provide frequent updates on Hurricane Michael, but here are some places to go and get information. As of 8 pm tonight, Michael is a category 1 storm expected to get stronger before it makes landfall, probably sometime on Wednesday afternoon on the Florida Panhandle….
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Dry weekend then rain later in the week

Another dry weekend is in store for most of the Southeast as the strong high pressure system continues to dominate the local weather. The high will gradually retreat to the east, allowing more flow from the Gulf of Mexico, bringing moisture back to the areas that have been quite dry….
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When will the fall weather come? Not anytime soon.

I’ve been getting a lot of questions about when we will start to experience fall temperatures. Unfortunately, I don’t see any short-term change in the weather pattern. We are currently under the influence of a large dome of high pressure which is fending off colder air and keeping us warm…
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