The WxIntegrations team has reviewed the recent revised NOAA 2017 October Climate outlooks that were released on September 21, 2017. In this post, we wanted to provide some insight on what we are expecting for temperatures and precipitation to assist with your planning over the next month.

We have seen areas of abnormally dry and drought develop in the Central US as well as the Northwest. But the Hurricanes have created very wet conditions in the Southern Plains/Lower Mississippi and Southeast. So the question is, what will we see as we go into October. 

In the outlook briefing, our CEO, Diane Cooper, details what we can expect for precipitation as well as temperatures as we start to move into the fall. 

This is an abridged version of the briefing that we provided to our GrowCaster Clients. In the expanded briefing, we discussed the current crop moisture status, the forecast soil moisture for September, precipitation in the past 30-days, a quick glance at our tropical activity as well as Impacts of the outlooks to you farm planning and operations.



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