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A dry fall expected for Ohio


Ohio’s state climatologist says weather likely won’t limit harvest for farmers this fall.

“The rest of the month looks dry,” he says. “October looks dry.”

Aaron Wilson, the ag weather and climate field specialist for Ohio State University Extension says the dry fall will provide some benefit to Ohio farmers, but create some challenges as well. “There will be plenty of opportunities getting out in the field and being able to harvest the crops,” he says.  “But again, we want to make sure that we’re not, you know, getting too dry too quickly.

A dry fall expected for Ohio