This winter has been brutally cold in the Midwest, but what will spring bring? Who is set up for a drought next summer? A well-known meteorologist examines the impact of La Niña.
DTN Chief Meteorologist Bryce Anderson says the cold winter does not mean a cold spring, especially in a La Niña year. Anderson predicts normal temperatures and rainfall throughout the Midwest this summer.
Anderson says the Black Sea region is set up for crop damage due to weather. As for the Midwest, Anderson says we are on track to have trend line yields again this year.
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