Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast, September 23, 2022

We’ve got a cool start here over Ohio this morning. 

Temperature is a little nippy out there this morning. 

The first taste of fall temperatures are going to try and moderate a little bit here through the day today. 

As we get south winds to kick up, we should turn out partly to mostly sunny all the way through tomorrow. Although I do think there’s a little bit more cloud cover trying to pop up tomorrow, midday and afternoon. I won’t even rule out a spitter or sprinkle, but I think that’s going to be highly unlikely. 

To me, the next round of moisture shows up on Sunday. We’re looking for scattered showers, not much more than that. 

A few hundreds to likely four to five tenths maximum. Coverage will end up being about 90% of Ohio though, so that’s going to make it so that we don’t drive very much.… Continue reading

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Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast April 9, 2021

Not much going on over Ohio today, as we take a look at the forecast update, we're still seeing some scattered at showers lingering in Northeastern parts of Ohio. This is just part of the feature that came through overnight last night for the bulk of the state today, we see clouds and some sunshine, but I don't think we see a lot more precipitation.

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Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast April 8, 2021

Our forecast is getting just a little more active across Ohio. As we take a look at the setup here, we're wet the next couple of days today and tomorrow, we're dealing with moisture moving through from a frontal boundary. Then it doesn't really make its presence known here till closer to mid day in the Western counties.

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Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast – August 20, 2020

Ohio weather shifting drier here in the days to come. We’re looking at completely dry weather today and tomorrow – sunshine blue sky. I actually think humidity values are we’re going to creep higher slowly. We’re probably not to the oppressive window yet. Especially with temperature, staying normal to just slightly above, but we aren’t going to be seeing things ramp up just a bit. I do think that you’re going to be seeing good evaporation here through the day today and tomorrow at this stage of the ballgame, probably not something you’d necessarily want to hear.

Is there any threat of moisture right on through the weekend? Well, I’ll say slightly. It’s mostly just for folks in far Southern Ohio. Look, as we go through tomorrow night into Saturday, we’re watching a little bit of this moisture that’s down over Kentucky, Tennessee, the deep South area kind of shift North.… Continue reading

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Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast – August 19th, 2020

Dry weather for the next 10 days and dominating our discussion this morning. I’m Ryan Martin. Let’s take a look at what’s impacting Ohio weather. We have no rain in the forecast at all today, tomorrow, Friday and Saturday. I think as we go through that next four day window, we’re going to be seeing temperature’s normal a bit above normal humidity values, low, and we should see some decent evaporation across the region. This weekend looks interesting. I think a couple of days ago, we maybe trying to bring some decent showers in here on Sunday. It’s not a front now that really is grabbing my attention, but more, some more shit trying to come up from the South and South East. I believe Saturday turns out partly to mostly sunny in all parts of the States. Then you go through Sunday, we’re going to be seeing some moisture come up across Southern Ohio.… Continue reading

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Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast – August 18th, 2020

Limited moisture chances over the next 10 days in Ohio. Let’s take a look at the longer term discussion. Basically here today, we’re looking at scattered showers over Southern Ohio. A lot of this is going to be down near the Ohio river, but I still think that early this morning, we’ll see a few scattered showers trying to move along and South of the I-70 corridor, all told we’re looking at moisture totals, a few hundred seven inch to probably a few tenths, no more than half an inch in the far Southern most tip of the state, but still it’s moisture that’s around.

You go North of 70 today, we’re looking at sunshine and blue sky for most of the day. Fair weather clouds is probably all that we have. For tomorrow, Wednesday, on through Saturday, we are sunny and dry, no threat of moisture whatsoever. Temperature slowly gaining in that period.… Continue reading

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Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast – August 17, 2020

Ohio is looking at a mostly dry forecast pattern for this week. Going forward. I’m Ryan Martin. Let’s take a look at the update here. Generally speaking, we have limited moisture for your Monday could see a popup shower or thunderstorm may be in far North Eastern Ohio. But the rest of the state turning out partly to mostly sunny humidity values, a little bit lower in the wake of the front that came through yesterday afternoon and into Alaska.

And that was removed through the Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, period. We’re going to be seeing the predominant part of the state be mostly sunny, warm, and actually turning more humid. However, I draw your attention to how last week finished out. Remember last Thursday and Friday, we had plenty of moisture to ourselves, down into Kentucky, Tennessee, the Tennessee Valley, the deep South in general and on occasion.

And we’d see some surges of that moisture up across the Ohio river into Southern tier Ohio.… Continue reading

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Final estimates in from 2019 Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour

The Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour unveiled the stresses the corn and soybean crops faced following an excessively wet spring and record slow planting pace this year. Scouts on Crop Tour sampled around 3,000 fields across the Corn Belt in seven of the nation’s most important corn and soybean states.

Pro Farmer estimates the 2019 U.S. corn crop at 13.358 billion bushels, based on an average yield of 163.3 bu. per acre. That compares to USDA’s Aug. 1 estimate of 169.5 bu. per acre. For soybeans, the Pro Farmer production estimate is 3.497 billion bushels, with a national average yield of 46.1 bu. per acre, down from the 48.5 bu. per acre USDA estimated in August.

“Ear counts were lower than last year in all of the Crop Tour states as a result of the rough spring conditions,” said Brian Grete, Pro Farmer editor. “We also found a corn crop that was, in many cases, multiple weeks behind in maturity due to the record-slow planting.”… Continue reading

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Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast – Aug. 14, 2019

Partly sunny through most of the day today, but our pattern is getting a little more active. Today I think we’re seeing a mix of clouds and sunshine as we approach sunset. I will not rule out a few scattered showers trying to come in to northwestern areas of Ohio and then central areas as well. I’m thinking mostly a few hundredths to a few tenths – nothing too dramatic but I can’t wave the all clear flag.… Continue reading

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