Storms today and tonight could produce funnel clouds or a brief tornado
Some storms could produce large hail and damaging winds
Storms could pop by Friday night and Saturday
Lows could fall in the low 40s for the first time in four years for June
The showers may last into Wednesday with cooler than average temps
Leads in the nation in human and animal waste production.
Tuesday and Wednesday will feature cloudy and rain chances
A big drop in highs could mean 60s
An industrial hemp farmer is suing the state of Minnesota in federal court claiming it violated his constitutional rights by revoking his growing license and telling him to destroy his crop.
Tornado winds near 110 mph hit SW Rochester Tuesday.
Storms will spark along a cold front later today, some could be severe.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture reported Monday that 80% of the expected corn crop had been planted in Iowa in the week ending Sunday.
A muggy day on Tuesday could bring severe storms
A hot day on Friday will lead to storms later into Saturday morning
The Trump administration is following through on a plan to allow year-round sales of gasoline mixed with 15% ethanol.
Hazy conditions will continue
Warmer than average temperatures will grab hold of the region the next several days.
Tornado damage still being surveyed by the NWS.
Heads up for the chance of stronger storms and heavy rain early this week
Seeks to help those suffering from China trade dispute.
Warm weekend could bring highs near 80
Long-range computer models are indicating a lot of rain for the Midwest
Storms could turn severe with all modes of weather possible on Saturday.
A very active weather pattern shows signs of heavy rainfall and the potential for severe weather
A changing weather pattern could fire up storms that could turn severe.
Latest tariff hikes causing farmers to feel the pinch even more as part of U.S.-China trade dispute
The bill Reynolds signed Monday allows licensed growers to cultivate the crop on up to 40 acres.
We will make a run at 80 degrees a few days this week.
Despite late season snow and rainfall, some farmers are making headway in planting crops
Vice President Mike Pence is rolling into the Midwest to tout the administration's new North American trade agreement, while back in Washington President Donald Trump tries to salvage a transformative trade deal with China.
Late season snow storm hitting the area Saturday
Snow could pile on this weekend
A late April storm could bring a mix or snow to Minnesota and Iowa
Animal rights groups filed a federal lawsuit Monday challenging a new Iowa law that makes it a trespass crime to conduct undercover investigations at livestock farms, a measure the Legislature approved just weeks after a federal judge struck down a similar law.
Six states and the District of Columbia have sued the Department of Agriculture, accusing the federal agency of weakening nutritional standards in school meals.
Democratic presidential contenders Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar expressed support Saturday for strengthening antitrust laws and enforcement to break up big agriculture monopolies.
Group of farmers, investors and business owners converged on Music Man Square for Ag Ventures Alliance meeting
Fiddlehead Coffee Co. hired a James Beard Award winning chef onto their team. They plan to show the Med City what sustainable and healthy foods look, and taste like.
The weather has been hard for the state's $13.6 billion livestock industry, which leads the nation in pig and egg production.
Farmers already reeling from low prices and uncertainty amid the nation's trade dispute with China are welcoming a decision to extend a deadline for federal aid because of the partial government shutdown.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Friday that it must delay the release of key crop reports due to the partial government shutdown.
With more warmer and rainy conditions forecasted, farmers may have to change practices
They will be inspecting trees from November 1st through December 31st.
With corn and beans needing to be harvested, around 20-25 farmers from the area showed up to finish the job this week in Cerro Gordo County.
“We would much rather be out there combining beans and corn,” Renner said.
Delaying harvest season is causing real stress for area farmers.
Vote scheduled for the Golden Plains project tabled to next week's meeting