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Mouseover to pause!......Kentucky Short-term forecast... Western KY .TONIGHT...Mostly clear. Patchy fog after midnight. Lows in the mid 60s. Calm winds. Central KY .OVERNIGHT...Mostly clear. Lows in the mid 60s. East winds up to 5 mph. Eastern KY .TONIGHT...Mostly clear. Areas of valley fog. Lows in the upper 50s in the valleys and in the mid 60s on the ridges. Light winds. ...The mission of the UK Agricultural Weather Program/Center is to provide educational resources through the development of agricultural weather products and services that minimize weather surprise to Kentucky residents relative to their agricultural needs... Detailed forecast information is available in your Precision Ag Weather forecast here... -=-=-=-=-=-=-=--=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Long-range outlooks here.

Kentucky Agricultural Situation Report (AgSitRep):

 
Kentucky Crop and Weather Report
Issued 4:00 P.M., September 18, 2017 29-17

Agricultural News: Kentucky experienced below normal temperatures and rainfall over 
the past week. Precipitation for the week totaled 0.75 inches, 0.09 inches below 
normal. Temperatures averaged 67 degrees for the week, 3 degrees below normal. 
Topsoil moisture was rated 1 percent very short, 7 percent short, 85 percent adequate 
and 7 percent surplus. Subsoil moisture was rated 3 percent very short, 11 percent 
short, 81 percent adequate, and 5 percent surplus. Days suitable for fieldwork 
averaged 4.5 out of a possible seven.

For the second time this year, Kentucky had a remnant tropical system pass through 
the area. This time, it was the remnant system of Irma as is it moved from Florida to 
the Tennessee Valley by Tuesday and then through the Bluegrass State on Wednesday. 
This brought roughly a two to three day period of on and off showers. Unlike Harvey a 
couple weeks ago, even though coverage was widespread at times, rainfall was light to 
moderate throughout the event, leading to less in the way of accumulations. Overall, 
the state averaged three quarters of inch, which was slightly below normal for this 
time of year. The thick cloud cover and rain showers kept temperatures on the low 
side for the first half of the period, before a warming trend took the state back to 
near normal over the weekend.

Primary activities this week included harvesting tobacco, hay, corn, and soybeans. 
Recent rainfall delayed fieldwork at times, but helped in germinating fall grass 
seedings and reviving pastures. Farmers continue to monitor grain moisture content in 
harvesting corn. Livestock producers are preparing for fall breeding and vaccinating 
cattle.
2012-13 Archive, Kentucky Climate Update.

This week in Kentucky's growing season


30-Day Percent of Normal Rainfall Map:(Updated daily - Based on PM Obs.)

Summary of Kentucky Mesonet & NWS Weather Stations for various time periods for entire state:(Updated daily - Based on PM Obs.)

Climate Summaries By Climate Disision: West, Central, Bluegrass, East, All

Ag Weather Center, Department of Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering, University of Kentucky