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Ohio sees generally warm, dry February

The mostly mild winter has continued in Ohio. The USDA says statewide temperatures for February were about eight degrees warmer than normal and while precipitation was under the usual levels, soil moisture retention has been good. Wide swings in temperature throughout the course of the... Read More.

A mild, generally drier weather pattern ahead for most of the Heartland

Looking ahead, the 6- to 10-day outlook calls for near- or above-normal temperatures nationwide, with the Pacific Coast States and the nation’s northern tier as far as the Great Lakes region having the greatest likelihood of experiencing warmer-than-normal weather. Meanwhile, near- or below-normal precipitation... Read More.

Generally “quiet,” near-seasonal weather covers much of the Heartland

Across the Corn Belt, mild, dry weather continues.  Dozens of upper Midwestern communities recently completed a record warm December, with monthly temperatures averaging more than 12°F above normal—and breaking records from 1939— in South Dakota locations such as Sisseton and Watertown.   On the Plains,... Read More.