More Heavy Rain For The Permanent Drought

Intellicast – Weekly Precipitation in United States

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2 Responses to More Heavy Rain For The Permanent Drought

  1. Andy DC says:

    Unfortunately, the rains have largely missed Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Nebraska, northern Missouri, southern Minnesota, western Ohio. That area produces at least 80% of the US corn crop. That, plus periods of 100+ heat has already caused a substanial loss of the corn crop. Without substantial rain soon and with future heat waves, the crop could be a disaster. Thus we should be prepared for a round of extreme angst from alarmists.

    The Cornbelt covers a small percentage of the US and a tiny percentage of the world. It his, however important to the world’s food supply. We were extremely fortunate to go 24 years without a drought in that area. That luck, however can historically last only so long. We had multiple similar crop failures long before CO2 became an issue.

  2. johnmcguire says:

    Lets hope the corn crop gets a good shot of water then because the price of chicken feed is too high already.

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