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|Weather Synopsis For Kentucky|
|Current Weather-Related Press Releases | Crop Status & Current USDA's Kentucky Weather & Crop Report|
From the Agricultural Weather Center, in the University of Kentucky, College of
Agriculture, Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering Department... here is your Ag
Weather Synopsis for Kentucky compiled by Meteorologist Matt Dixon and
Research & Extension Agricultural Meteorologist and Director of the UK Ag
Weather Center, Tom Priddy ... To send us questions/comments, click here!
|Current Weather Related Press Releases here.|
Current Agricultural Weather Conditions in Kentucky|
Based on observations at 900pm EST, Saturday February 28, 2015
Additional weather updates will be available shortly.
Get all of Kentucky's regional forecast discussions from your local National Weather Office,
or from the UK Ag. weather Center at: weather.uk.edu
Specific and detailed farm-by-farm weather forecast information is available in your Point Ag Forecast.
The UK PointAgCast is available for Kentucky and the entire nation here!
View the webcast here . or
click for West, Central or East for the 7-day text forecast. Or next 48 hrs here.
Click here to see the forecast locations for rain, snow and a winter mix in Kentucky.
Click here to see the forecast temperatures for Kentucky.
Across the Commonwealth...
This week in Kentucky's growing season
USDA's Kentucky Crop and Weather Report Issued 4:00 P.M., November 24, 2014 34-14 Agricultural News: Kentucky experienced below normal temperatures and above normal precipitation over the past week. Precipitation for the week totaled 1.05 inches, 0.06 inches above normal. Temperatures averaged 35 degrees for the week, 11 degrees below normal. Topsoil moisture was rated 2 percent very short, 7 percent short, 74 percent adequate and 17 percent surplus. Subsoil moisture was rated 2 percent very short, 9 percent short, 80 percent adequate, and 9 percent surplus. Days suitable for fieldwork averaged 4.2 out of a possible seven. Hay and roughage supplies were reported as 1 percent very short, 12 percent short, 78 percent adequate, and 9 percent surplus. ***Last Issue of the Year. Publication of the 2015 series will begin about the first week of April.*** More here.
All temperature and rainfall maps, tables and summaries ... here....
Summary of Kentucky Mesonet & NWS Weather Stations for various time periods for entire state:
Kentucky Crop Calendar Here.
Ag Weather Center, Department of Biosystems & Agricultural Engineering, University of Kentucky