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AccuWeather forecasters say that a largely quiet weather pattern should prevent widespread travel worries from the weather ahead of Thanksgiving. Even though much of the nation is forecast to have benign weather conditions in the days leading up to Thanksgiving, some Americans could still face minor weather-related delays during one of the busiest travel periods of the year — and weather for the trip home may be a different story.
“Climate change is a long game, and we are not prepared to think in long-game scenarios,” said Jenifer Wightman, a crop scientist with Cornell University.
Three things to keep an eye on when the Cats square off against the Cougars in Pullman.
PALMYRA, Mo. — After the traditional start to harvest on corn, Northeast Missouri farmer Will Bier made the switch to soybeans as soon as he had beans ready for harvest, saying with a laugh he could harvest corn in the snow better than beans.
Residents across the East are about to experience a burst of out-of-season warmth that will make it feel more like late August or early September.
A higher than expected supply number in the latest USDA quarterly stocks report took its toll on the soybean market to close out September. However, the market digested those numbers quickly and is back to focusing on the ongoing harvest in the Midwest.
Even areas that don’t get a frosty coating during the early days of October will still have to contend with unseasonable cold as the new month gets underway.