Weather Predictions: La Niña to continue

La Niña is expected to continue.

The National Weather Service’s Climate Prediction Center expects the weather event to continue through fall, but gradually decrease during the winter.

NOAA is still expecting an above normal Atlantic hurricane season. This means producers should continue to prepare for harsh weather conditions, including more floods and drought.


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