Just like March, November came in like a lion with very cold temps. What factors played a role in this weather pattern? Will it warm up before winter officially arrives? What is the updated outlook going into December? Our K-State weather team addresses these questions in this article.
The midpoint of the meteorological winter was January 14. With winter halfway over, most areas in Kansas have seen much less snow on the ground than normal. How does your area compare to the 30-year normal for snowfall this winter? Is more snow in the short range forecast?
If you are already countin the days until warmer weather, this article is worth your read! A hopeful sign for spring is when the normal low temperatures start to rise. This article takes a closer look at when normal low temperatures begin increasing at several locations across Kansas.
Temperatures across the state are expected to drop much below normal this weekend, so now is the time to winterize your field sprayers. This is also a good time to clean and inspect the exterior, tanks, hoses, and other components – including your tendering equipment. This article summarizes some of the key steps to winterizing sprayers.