Will this spring be cool and wet? How about warm and dry? Only time will tell for sure, but our specialists in the Kansas Climate Office offer their interpretations of the newly released 3-month outlook and what it may mean for Kansas.
Have you found yourself asking this question: “Why do the storms keep missing most of Kansas to the east/south and will it continue?” The one sure thing with weather is it always changes. Let’s look at what has happened, the current scenario, and what the forecast looks like heading into spring.
Soil temperatures across Kansas are warming up as the month of April begins. Dry conditions continue to persist across western Kansas. Be sure to monitor soil temperatures and soil moisture in your area and adjust yield target expectations and inputs to ensure the best stand establishment and season long success for your spring-planted row crops.