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More Traditional El Nino Influence Lies Ahead

February 16, 2016

Changing atmospheric conditions are going to give El Nino the upper hand on weather trends once again as the month of February winds down and March begins. What is a traditional El Nino response? Well, here in North America it will include a wet bias across the southern United States and northern Mexico to start with. A frequent succession of storms is advertised for southern portions of the region beginning late next week and going deeply into March. The Northern U.S. will be warmer than usual, along with much of Canada. Overseas weather conditions will trend drier in eastern Australia, New Zealand and northeastern Brazil while timely rain continues in Argentina and the remainder of Brazil while little change occurs in South Africa or China.
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Kansas City, Missouri — Summer Outlook 2016

February 5, 2016

June 6, 2016 Sosland Publishing will host its annual Purchasing Seminar in Kansas City in early June and World Weather, Inc. has been asked to present once again at the conference. World Weather, Inc. will provide a detailed 3-5 month forecast for U.S. crop production areas as well as formulate an overall opinion over the prospects for La Nina in 2016 or 2017 and what the implications of that will be on world crop weather. A summary of weather across North America will be provided along with details of weather in China, India, Australia, Europe, Russia and Ukraine - among others.
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Farm Progress Show – Regina, Canada

March 30, 2016

June 15, 2016 Regina’s Farm Progress show is one of the largest Agricultural events in Canada touting 45,000 participants last year.  World Weather, Inc. has been invited to present its assessment of current conditions across the Prairies and around the world in major crop areas.  An update on the forecast for Canada, the United States and a few other areas in the world will be provided through the balance of summer and into the autumn harvest season.
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