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El Nino to strengthen in winter, gradually weaken in spring

The weather pattern can roil crops and commodities prices. Yep, the best thing a commodity trader can have (besides tomorrow’s price sheets) is a good weather forecaster. — jtl By Reuters via the Canadian Cattlemen Average sea surface temperature anomalies … Continue reading

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Strongest El Niño in 50 Years Brewing?

It must be Global Warming, don’t you know? (Sarcasm in case you didn’t notice.) Let’s hope Ben is right. — jtl, 419 By Ben Potter via AgWeb.com © AccuWeather   The latest El Niño arrival has been a strange one indeed. First … Continue reading

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Weak El Niño arrives

“Based on the persistent observations of above-average sea surface temperatures across the western and central equatorial Pacific Ocean and consistent pattern of sea level pressure, we can now say that El Niño is here,” explains Mike Halpert,  deputy director of … Continue reading

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El Nino is here, but may not influence spring precipitation

For what it is worth which is not much for those of you doing planned grazing. For those of you who aren’t, drought is of very little concern to us. Our planning technique and management method insures we will NEVER … Continue reading

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El Nino to bring cold and dry conditions to Prairies

So what is the role of El Nino in anthropological climate change? (satirical sarcasm, in case you didn’t notice). Hey folks, they can’t even predict next week’s weather with any reasonable degree of reliability. — jtl, 419  by Dave Sims via … Continue reading

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