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Meteorologists expect extreme weather patterns to continue

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Meteorologists expect extreme weather patterns to continue

Meteorologists say farmers can expect widespread weather throughout the Midwest this week as well.

Greg Soulje tells Brownfield about the La Niña phenomenon, a mixture of floods, droughts and strong winds, but there are no signs of change yet. “So you wanted to improve your drought, but it may literally change from drought to flooding in some of these upper Midwest regions of the Northern Plains in the last few days, if not in the last few weeks. not.”

Soulje says this week east of the Mississippi looks the same as last week. “Last week, from the Great Lakes region to the eastern and southern Corn Belts, there was a slight shower of calm, cool, dry high pressure. By Tuesday, another system around some of this heat. Will return to good health again. ”

Soulje expects the western plains to have as many wet and dry areas as last week. “The Black Hills will probably descend to Kansas City, St. Joseph, and southeast from there, and probably another rain wave with showers and thunderstorms from Tuesday to Wednesday.”

Soulje tells the Brownfield that with these air patterns, extreme weather will probably be for some time. “And it’s a recurring phenomenon next week, perhaps even at the beginning of June, so the phrase” from drought to flood “will be in the coming weeks, especially along the Missouri and in the east. “He said: Northern plains, and locations of the northern and eastern corn belts. ”



Meteorologists expect extreme weather patterns to continue

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