Weather Outlook - September 22, 2016
Freese-Notis Meteorologist, Dan Hicks looks at the forecast for harvest season.
Late July Weather Outlook July 22, 2016
Freese Notis Meteoroloist, Dan Hicks looks ahead to the end of July and what the corn belt should expect for temperature and precipitation.One area in the far north western midwest include parts of southeast South Dakota and some bordering areas. It's also larger area of below normal rainfall during the first three weeks of the month. In some
Early-Mid July Weather Outlook
Dan Hicks has the weather outlook for the midwest for the early to mid part of July.that time period with some below normal amounts and if you far south central locations. The six to ten day period will likely start out fairly warm across the midwest. With the trend for some cooler conditions returning later in the sixth attending timeframe. The next graphic it like to show is the sixth attending temperature forecast. It does show above normal readings forecasts for that period as a whole across the southern and eastern parts of the midwest. With a trend for cooler weather farther northwest and some below normal temperatures over the far northwestern midwest and the northern plains. Farther into the future the eleven to fifteen day timeframe also does look like a warmer period across much of the country. The eleven to fifteen day graphic which would like to share neck shows above normal temperatures across. Most of the central and southern part of the nation with a tendency for some normal temperatures in some northern areas. It does look like that through the middle part of July and possibly longer. That the overall trend
Early July Weather Outlook 2016
Good day I'm Dan hicks meteorologist with trees notice whether and to Moines Iowa. They've talked about weather conditions across the midwest as we head into the month of July. Some cooler weather returned to the midwest during the latter few days of June after a month it was warmer than normalparts of the midwest. With frequent rainfall and the potential for some heavy rainfall amounts. The next graphic elect to show is the one to five day rainfall forecast. Again it shows an east west band of heavy rainfall over the next five days. Extending into early next week. From parts of the central plains through the southern and central midwest on toward the mid Atlantic states. With much lighter rainfall during this time farther north in the midwest. These rains will bring some beneficial moisture to some of the southern areas of the midwest but also may cause some localized flooding. Where heaviest rainfall amounts do occur. It does appear that some warmer weather will make a return to the midwest. Next week into the sixth attending timeframe. High temperatures will climb back into the upper eighties and nineties across much of the midwest for at least a few days the next graphic. I'd like to show is the six to ten day temperature outlook it does show above normal temperatures across most of the midwest. In an area of much above normal temperatures over parts of the southern US. It does not appear that the warmest period of weather in the midwest will be longlarge part of the nation including the midwest. Expected to have above normal temperatures for the month of July as a whole. With this type of weather pattern periods of hot weather will build northward at
Mid to Late June 2016 Weather
Dan Hicks, Freese-Notis Meteorologist, looks at the rain and temperature outlook for last two weeks of Juneurologists with trees notice whether and when I would hear talk about weather conditions during the second half of June. In early July across the midwest. Temperatures have been above normal across much of the nation during the first half of June in fact some areas of one of the warmest starts in June on record. The first graphic elect to show shows the temperature departure from normal across the nation this is a map from the high plains climate center. Showing temperature departures for roughly the first half of June. Above normal temperatures are indicated by the yellow orange and red shadings. As can be seen temperatures have been running about two to six degrees
Early June Weather Outlook
Good day idea hicks meteorologist with trees notice whether and to Moines Iowa. Here to talk today about weather conditions moving farther into the month of June across the midwest. Rainfall very widely across the midwest during the latter part of may in the early part of June. The first scrappingtrees notice whether and to Moines Iowa. Here to talk today about weather conditions moving farther into the month of June across the midwest. Rainfall very widely across the midwest during the latter part of may in the early part of June. The first scrapping it like to share is a map from the high plains climate center currently in Nebraska. The show's percent of normal precipitation for roughly the past two weeks across the US this covers roughly the last week of may in the first week of June. Above normal precipitation amounts are designated by the green and blue and purple colors. Whereas below normal amounts are shown by the yellow orange and red shades. From this map you can see that much of the eastern midwest had below normal precipitation amounts during this time especially parts of lower Michigan Indiana and Ohio. Heavier precipitation amounts were fairly spotty in these areas. Farther west during this two week period in the midwest rainfall was quite a bit more variable. Some areas had amounts well above normal while some areas also reported below normal precipitation during this time period. Over the next several days across the midwest taking us through the weekend of June 11 and twelfth.
Late May Weather Outlook
Dan Hicks, Freese-Notis Meteorologist, looks at the weather forecast for the end of May and early June. May 26, 2016hicks meteorologist with treasonous weather here to win Iowa. Candidates talk about weather conditions and midwest as we finish out the month of may and move into June. The period of cooler than normal weather affected much of the midwest back during the middle part of may. Recently and several days for the above normal temperatures return to the region which has been beneficial for crops in many areas. Also recent period of dry weather allowed further progress in corn and soybean planting across much of the midwest. In recent days more significant rain has begun tois a six to ten day precipitation outlook the show is more normal precipitation across a large part of the midwest. But some below normal mouse in the northeast. This rainfall pattern over the next week or ten days we'll slow additional field work and planning across many areas of the midwest. Most favorable conditions for planning and field work will likely favors some far eastern parts of the region. The current above normal temperature trend looks like it will continue into the sixth attendee timeframe across the midwest. The next graphic elective shares the sixth attending temperature outlook. It does show expected above normal temperatures for the eastern half of the midwest on into the eastern part of the nation. And more normal temperatures farther to the west. Right now it does look like eleven to fifteen date time frame. We'll bring a more normal temperature pattern to most of the midwest and the trend for normal to slightly below normal rainfall. Overall heading farther and did you and I still expect generally favorable weather conditions for crops across the midwest. Next graphic don't like to share is the June temperature outlook for the nation. As you can see temperatures are expected to be a few degrees above normal. Across a large part of the eastern US and the midwest with normal readings and some southwestern parts of the midwest and the plains states. And he below normal temperatures will likely be confined to some parts of the western and southwestern US. The final graphic is the June rainfall forecast again
Late May Weather Outlook
Dan Hicks, meteorologist from Freese-Notis Weather, takes a look at the weather patterns for late-May 2016.the time from may 24 to may 28. This graphic shows above normal temperatures across a large portion of the midwest and no lower than normal temperatures over much of the rest of the central and eastern US. It does look like this general trend will continue into the first few days of June the last graphic it like to share is the eleven to fifteen day temperature outlook. And again it shows a normal to above normal temperatures over quite a bit of the central and eastern US. Forecast during that time which takes us into the first few days of June looks like the best opportunity for above normal temperatures . We'll tend to favor some of the far northern areas some southwestern parts of the plains we'll still tend to have belownow looking ahead to the month of June I don't see any extreme weather regarding temperatures across the midwest. Right now looks like for the month of June as a whole temperatures will tend averaged near to a few degrees. Above normal in the midwest the most likely areas for above normal temperatures may tend to be some of the northern parts of the midwest. Regarding June rainfall typically summer rainfall does vary widely across
Weather Outlook - May 6
Dan Hicks, Freese-Notis Meteorologist, looks at the temperature and precipitation forecast for the middle of May.
Early May Weather Outlook
When will the current cool and wet weather pattern break in the corn belt? Freese-Notis Meteorologist, Dan Hicks provides a look ahead.normal and a little bit above normal. It does look like some cooler weather could still affect parts of the eastern Great Lakes and eastern midwest into the six to ten day period. The last graphic it like to share is the eleven to fifteen day graphic which shows the eleven to fifteen day temperature outlook. It shows a milder trend across large part of the central and eastern US. With normal to slightly above normal temperatures across the midwest and surrounding areas and below normal readings mostly confined. Some far southwestern parts of the nation. Once again to sum up what looks like a cool wet weather pattern will continue to affect the midwest into the first few days of may. Was some warming and some improvement as we move into the six to ten days time frame with drier conditions across more of the region. And warmer temperatures but it does look wetter again for the eleven to fifteen day. What's an idea and picks from trees notice whether if