4-19-19 AM NA Ag Weather Report: Warmer, drier period for North-Central US in week 1. B.

4-19-19 AM NA Ag Weather Report: Warmer, drier period for North-Central US in week 1. B.

Good Morning! Below is your AM Ag Weather Report. Have a blessed day. ~ Bret PDF Slides (Click to view in high definition): 4-19 AM AG WEATHER Rain continues with the upper-level low across portions of the Ohio Valley this morning with additional severe weather threats today on the East Coast.  As this system pushes eastward, a drier pattern develops for the Central US – aside from Texas and portions of the desert southwest.  Temperatures remain above normal for the Northern and Central Plains for the next 7 days, while the ULL helps portions of the Ohio Valley and Southern…
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4-18-19 Afternoon NA Ag Weather Report: Volatile trends continue on GEFS. Our latest thoughts here. B.

4-18-19 Afternoon NA Ag Weather Report: Volatile trends continue on GEFS. Our latest thoughts here. B.

Here's this afternoon's North America Ag Weather Report! Have a great afternoon! -Bret *Disclaimer: THIS IS THE GFS MODEL NOT THE BAMWX OFFICIAL FORECAST. For our official thoughts, see the morning report along with our analysis slides posted below.* Data continues to struggle with multiple upper-level lows over the next 7-10 days. Models are notorious for volatility and errors when dealing with these systems, so run-run changes should be taken lightly the next few days.  Upper-level low this weekend will produce rain – perhaps mixing with snow – in portions of the Ohio Valley.  Overall, Eastern US will be wetter…
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4-18-19 Long-range: Latest check on April pattern progression + updated thoughts into Summer. M.

4-18-19 Long-range: Latest check on April pattern progression + updated thoughts into Summer. M.

Today's video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYqnLT1x5pE&feature=youtu.be PDF Report (click link below to open in HD): 4-18-19 Long range Weeks 1/2 temps: Forecast Blurb: Another tick warmer here today for week 1…and by the looks of how things are trending in week 2 we will be hard pressed to change up the pattern away from widespread warmer than normal temps across the Country, barring the southern US to Valley Regions where an upper-level low pressure system will skew the anomalies more “normal”. We reduce the amount of cooler than normal air even further to end April and open up May as we flood the…
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4-18-19 AM NA Ag Weather Report: Widespread warmth remains likely in week 2. Detailing precipitation patterns. B.

4-18-19 AM NA Ag Weather Report: Widespread warmth remains likely in week 2. Detailing precipitation patterns. B.

Good Morning! Below is your AM Ag Weather Report. Have a blessed day. ~ Bret PDF Slides (Click to view in high definition): 4-18 AM AG WEATHER Still looking at a narrow band of heavy precipitation today and tonight from the ARK-LA-TEX region to the Ohio Valley.  A cooler shot of air is likely behind this storm system and will allow portions of the south-central US and Tennessee Valley to average out below normal.  Warmer temperatures develop in the Northern and Central Plains over the next week following a much cooler period.  Dry conditions will also develop in these areas…
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4-17-19 Afternoon NA Ag Weather Report: GEFS remains consistent on widespread week 2 warmer risks. N.

4-17-19 Afternoon NA Ag Weather Report: GEFS remains consistent on widespread week 2 warmer risks. N.

Here's this afternoon's North America Ag Weather Report! Have a great afternoon! -Nathan *Disclaimer: THIS IS THE GFS MODEL NOT THE BAMWX OFFICIAL FORECAST. For our official thoughts, see the morning report along with our analysis slides posted below.* Upper-level low will bring heavy precipitation to the Eastern U.S. over the next 7 days.  Pockets in the Ohio Valley of 2-3” of rain are likely with the front that moves through Thursday. Warmer temperatures confined in the Western U.S. in week 1, with more volatile temperature swings for the East (warm ahead of late week system, then anomalous cool for…
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4-17-19 Long-range: Recapping the April pattern evolution & the implications heading into May. K.

4-17-19 Long-range: Recapping the April pattern evolution & the implications heading into May. K.

***No updated video today, as our thoughts in the video yesterday remain the same with how the data continues to trend warmer. If you missed yesterday's video, we've included it below. Let us know if you have any questions, have a blessed day! -Kirk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIAdMiNC8sw&feature=youtu.be&hd=1 Temp forecast next 2 weeks: Week 1: Another tick warmer here today for week 1…and by the looks of how things are trending in week 2 we will be hard pressed to change up the pattern away from widespread warmer than normal temps across the Country, barring the southern US where we target precipitation-induced cooler…
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4-17-19 AM NA Ag Weather Report: Data consistent on warm week 2… differences remain in precipitation. B.

4-17-19 AM NA Ag Weather Report: Data consistent on warm week 2… differences remain in precipitation. B.

Good Tuesday Morning! Below is your AM Ag Weather Report. Have a blessed day. ~ Bret PDF Slides (Click to view in high definition): 4-17 AM AG WEATHER Upper-level low will bring heavy precipitation to the Eastern US over the next 7 days. Pockets in the Ohio Valley of 2-3” of rain are possible with the front that moves through Thursday.  Warmer temperatures confined to the Western US in week 1, with more volatile temperature swings for the Eastern US.  The Plains continue to look to get a nice reprieve in rain chances with much of that area averaging out…
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4-16-19 Afternoon NA Ag Weather Report: GEFS takes a step toward BAM forecast for week 2, latest details here. B.

4-16-19 Afternoon NA Ag Weather Report: GEFS takes a step toward BAM forecast for week 2, latest details here. B.

Here's this afternoon's North America Ag Weather Report! Have a great afternoon! -Bret *Disclaimer: THIS IS THE GFS MODEL NOT THE BAMWX OFFICIAL FORECAST. For our official thoughts, see the morning report along with our analysis slides posted below.* Data continues to trend faster with the upper-level low later this week. The GFS is still the slowest/wettest solution, though we’d lean towards the faster solution given the low is not cut off from the jet stream.  Much of the country will be above normal in temperature for week 1 and for week 2. Data trended much warmer over the weekend…
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4-16-19 Long-range: Warmer outlook to end April coupled with active precipitation risks. I.

4-16-19 Long-range: Warmer outlook to end April coupled with active precipitation risks. I.

Today's Video: http://youtu.be/vIAdMiNC8sw?hd=1 PDF Slides (click link below to open in HD): 4-4-19 Kirk Long range As an upper-level trough orients over the Eastern US this week, this will allow for the Central US to remain on the drier side with the enhanced precipitation risks shifting into the Eastern US and Eastern Ag Belt. Given the lower heights and sufficient moisture return for bouts of showers and stronger storms, temperatures will remain below normal in the Deep South. A stronger storm system lifting eastward across the AG Belt and Southern US mid-work week will be capable of producing strong to…
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4-16-19 AM NA Ag Weather Report: Warmer temps to remain with a stronger system to end the month. I.

4-16-19 AM NA Ag Weather Report: Warmer temps to remain with a stronger system to end the month. I.

Good Tuesday Morning! Below is your AM Ag Weather Report. Have a blessed day. ~ Isaac PDF Slides (Click to view in high definition): 2019 AM AG WEATHER Any rain observed over the last 24 hours was light and confined mainly to the Northern Plains where pockets of <0.5” were observed. Overall, week 1 temperatures will stay on the warmer side for much of the AG Belt with the Southeast being the only area for sustained cooler temperatures. With substantial weakening of –NAO/-AO signals, warmer air will remain the story as we progress into the latter parts of April. More…
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