Weather Update for Late April 2018

To say that this spring has been challenging to producers has been an understatement.  The below normal cold temperatures and above average precipitation has adjusted many production plans and caused growers to delay their planting schedules.

Central Ohio soil temperatures are currently in the mid to low forty degree range.    The 15 day forecast shows a warming by this weekend with temperature outlooks to the mid-sixties as the highs with lows in the mid-forties during this 15 day period.  May is forecast to be slightly warmer than normal with precipitation in the normal to above normal range.

The summer weather predictions are currently for above normal temperatures and slightly above normal precipitation.

C.O.R.N.  Agronomic Newsletter

NWS/NOAA Climate Prediction Center


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