Moisture pendulum moving in Ohio

Moisture pendulum moving in Ohio

Active weather patterns earlier this year have helped erode drought conditions in parts of the Eastern Corn Belt.

Ohio State University Extension Climate Specialist Aaron Wilson tells Brownfield it has taken a while to break up dry fall conditions.

“Mostly we’re sitting adequately to maybe slightly wetter than average if you’re looking at northwest Ohio for instance—it’s been really wet since the first of the year, so they don’t want any more rainfall right now,” he shares.

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