Saturday, December 9, 2023
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Tag: weather

In the middle of a storm, in the middle of the night, Eliza Blue realized at long last everything really is going to be okay.

Eliza Blue spent the first half of the week getting ready for a major winter storm, the second half weathering it and now digging out. 

After a lifetime spent in places where rainfall is plentiful, Eliza Blue was unprepared for the realities of living in an ecosystem where drought is common.

Assessing tree damage is important to prevent more damage, improve long-term tree health and ensure safety. Learn how to evaluate the damage to your trees.

In the event of a snowstorm that may keep you inside for days, you should have at least three days’ worth of food and water. Learn what to stock up on.

Can woolly bears predict a bad winter? Do cows lie down before rain? Does a large spider web mean cold weather? Find out if the folklores are true.

Take steps to help keep your family safe and comfortable during a winter storm long before one is forecast. Learn how to put an emergency kit together.

We need to assess how these strong Mother Nature events such as drought and rain impact our pastures and forage production. 

The price of corn in the United States has been increasing this year and is now approaching record highs. Like in 2012, the weather is a factor.

After unusually warm weather in the early spring, much of Ohio and Pennsylvania, along with other states, were hit hard by a late snow and several nights near or below freezing in late April. Fruit farm and orchard owners across the state are seeing the impact, but aren’t sure what the full extent of the damage will be yet.