The first half of July has left many farmers with very soggy, flooded fields and struggling crops all around the state of Ohio. It seems there was ample moisture pretty much everywhere in Ohio in the last couple of weeks in what has been a very wet start to the month.
“What’s going on right now is obviously we’ve seen an incredible amount of rainfall across a lot of Ohio and that’s thanks to a very slow moving frontal boundary moving through a lot of the Ohio valley right now,” said Ed Vallee, meteorologist with BAMWX.com. “For a normal seven-day period here across the state of Ohio, typically we only see about an inch to maybe an inch and a quarter in any given week during the middle of July. During this very wet stretch a lot of places have seen that just last night. As we move through the seven-day period, a lot of areas have seen two to six inches of rain.… Continue readingRead More »