As temperatures cool, Tony Lupo turns his long-term forecasting efforts toward the upcoming winter months. Lupo, a University of Missouri professor of atmospheric sciences, said mid-Missouri should expect this year’s winter to mirror last year’s for the most part. Lupo estimates that mid-Missouri will receive around 10 to 15 inches of snow and can expect cooler temperatures overall. “The trick…
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Corn and Climate
Better Missouri crop yields, courtesy of the equatorial Pacific
Ocean temperatures in the tropical Pacific are warming and that’s good news for future corn yields in Missouri.