Current conditions in the tropics warrant marked revision in potential storm season scenarios.
In any situation, proactivity pays. We can wait for the sky to fall, or we can sing in the rain.
After a relatively sluggish start to the campaign, revised forecast foresees increased tropical activity ahead.
U.S. forecast calls for cool, wet conditions in the Northwest; drought to continue in West; warmth in the East; and stormy in the Southeast.
An extraordinarily wet dry season precipitates massive pumping procedure to relieve high-water levels in two critical locations.
El Niño puts an exclamation point on the end of a season filled with above average temperatures and precipitation.
Association launches new water web page and digital media campaign.
Reports show region pounded by above-average rainfall during February.
Growers gather to discuss this season’s lack of proper chill hours, learn about new varieties.
Studies show if you’re not watching the weather, you should be.
El Niño express delivering floods, uncertainty for crops.
NASA, NOAA analyses reveal record-shattering statistics regarding global temperatures this past year.
Well-above average rainfall drenched the region last month, which followed the wettest November since 1998.
Latest satellite images show strong resemblance to those taken in 1997, which was a California super-soaker.
Initial reports show some producers experiencing 60% to 70% loss.
Global temperatures during October set new high marks, boast the greatest above-average departure for any month.
With this year’s strong El Niño comes an elevated risk of tornadoes.