Current weather patterns inconsistent with a typical El Nino, meteorologists say

The current weather patterns across the United States do not align with a typical El Nino pattern, according to Brownfield meterologists. Farmers can expect the remainder of the harvest season to be wetter than normal and for El Nino to stick around into mid-winter.

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Meteroglists say the current weather patterns across the United States do not align with a typical El Nino pattern.

Usually, the pattern features a wintertime season that’s warmer to wetter and drier in the Eastern and Southern Corn Belt, according to Brownfield Ag meteorologists. This is also the same for the Northern Plains, which normally see more of a drier and warmer pattern.

But, so far, it has been cooler and wetter with flooding in parts of Montana and the Dakotas.

Farmers can expect the remainder of the harvest season to be wetter than normal and for El Nino to stick around into mid-winter.

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