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DUTCHER: MAY AND JUNE WILL DETERMINE CROP PRODUCTION

By Nate Gonner 4/17/2013

              THE STATE CLIMATOLOGIST SAYS THE RECENT RAINFALL IN HAS HELPED IMPROVE THE DROUGHT OUTLOOK IN SOUTHEAST NEBRASKA.

 

              IN AN INTERVIEW WITH KNCY NEWS CLIMANTOLOGIST AL DUTCHER SOUTHEAST NEBRASKA IS SHOWING SLIGHTLY DRIER THAN NORMAL CONDITIONS.

 

             RECENT SNOW FALL AND RAIN HAS HELPED IN IMPROVING THE OUTLOOK BUT DUTCHER SAYS THE MOSITURE NEEDS TO CONTINUE IN MAY AND JUNE FOR US TO HAVE A CLOSE TO NORMAL CROP SEASON.

 

             DUTCHER AUDIO

 

           AS FAR AS ENDING THE DROUGHT TODAY, DUTCHER SAY WE WOULD NEED 8 TO 10 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION.

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