Western Corn Belt still reeling from 2012-2013 drought impacts

Drought may have eased over much of the Corn Belt, but in areas along the western edge of the region, the drought’s impacts still linger. FULL STORY »

Prepare livestock for various disastrous situations

Last year brought some interesting weather to our country. A multi-day severe weather event included an EF3 tornado that carved a 68-mile path from Mississippi to Alabama. FULL STORY »

Will Southern California hit a weather jackpot?

There’s good news for some portions of California – federal forecasters expect a weak El Niño to develop this winter, which could bring drought-easing relief to the southern third of the Golden State. FULL STORY »

South Texas goes from drought to too much rain

COLLEGE STATION – After prolonged drought, South Texas producers are now struggling with too much moisture, according to Rod Santa Ana, Texas A&M AgriLife communications specialist based in Weslaco. FULL STORY »

Water dowsers gain popularity in California amid drought

With more than 81% of California’s population in extreme drought conditions, according to the National Drought Mitigation Center, water dowsers, or water witches, are becoming more popular, including with California’s farmers and ranchers, Mary Catherine O’Connor for The Guardian reported. FULL STORY »

Storms keep drought at bay

Drought is quickly receding from the central and southern Plains, and further to the west, rains have helped to stop the drought from expanding further. FULL STORY »

Texas districts weigh in on weather

COLLEGE STATION – Rains came to the Panhandle and South Plains a couple weeks too late to ensure a really good dryland cotton crop across the board, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agronomist. FULL STORY »

73 million Americans now living in drought

The span of the oppressive drought in the Continental United States ranges from the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean, affecting roughly one-third of the country and 73 million people. FULL STORY »

Storms bring drought relief to Calif. desert

California reported a slight drought improvement this week in the most unlikely of areas – the Mojave Desert. FULL STORY »

Trillions of gallons of water lost in Calif. drought

How bad is California’s drought? It’s so bad, data from earthquake monitoring stations suggests some 62 trillion gallons of water are missing from California and other western states. FULL STORY »

Drought divides the heartland

A mild, wet summer has given the northern tier of the heartland a break from drought, while the drought still has a firm grip on states in the Central and Southern Plains. FULL STORY »

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