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Hourly graphical forecast from NWS

If you are looking for a point-specific hourly weather forecast for applications like spraying, you might be interested in this product from the National Weather Service.  It is a graphical hour-by-hour forecast for your location (by lat/long) that is available online.  For most of Georgia you can go to http://www.srh.noaa.gov/forecast/gridpoint.php?site=ffc…
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How do you get your weather data?

Weather information is one of the most important things farmers need to know when planning daily and weekly work as well for longer-term farm management.  Every producer I talk to has a different favorite source of weather data they like to use for their planning.  Some sources include The Weather…
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New NWS data source provides easy access

The Southeast Regional Climate Center posted a direct link today to a NWS web site which provides easy access to some of their products, including some graphing capability.  The direct link is http://www.sercc.com/nowdatamap and the product is called NOWData for NOAA Online Weather Data.  An example of the kind of…
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USDA blog highlights tools for agriculture and climate

Yesterday’s USDA blog “Farmers go digital to confront changing growing conditions” highlights agricultural tools developed for the Midwest by the U2U group (“Useful to Usable”) at Purdue University and affiliated universities which show variations in climate patterns by El Nino phase and how they affect yields and other agricultural variables. …
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