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Rainy week in store

After a beautiful Saturday for most of the Southeast, heavy rain should fall across most of the region. Some areas could see as much as four inches.  Some areas in southern Georgia and Alabama could see severe weather on Sunday, including strong wind gusts and isolated tornadoes.  As the low…
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Heavy snows hamper milk collection

One of the stories that has not been widely reported in the news about the Buffalo snowstorm is the impact on local dairies. AgWeb listed a story from Dairy Today which indicates that a number of dairies in the affected area are dumping milk because the milk trucks were unable…
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“California Drought Creates Opportunity for South’s Vegetable Growers”

Growing Georgia published an article by Allison Floyd today discussing the opportunities for Southern vegetable farmers due to the continuing drought in California.  You can read the article here.  Because of the severe water restrictions in California, growers in Georgia are being asked to expand into other varieties of vegetables,…
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NOAA releases new winter outlook

NOAA released their latest outlook for December and for December through January today.  The new forecasts are not a big change from previous forecasts, and the 3-month winter forecast is still leaning towards the development of a weak El Nino, with wetter than normal conditions expected in the southern part…
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