Fall 2010 Summary Report

By: HamWX , 1:43 PM GMT on December 04, 2010

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The fall of 2010 was marked by very little rain and clear sky's day after day.

From mid September to mid November it was this way with only about a inch of rain the whole time.

The temps were real nice being above average and the sunshine adding it warmth.

These conditions made for excellent crop drying and harvesting weather. The farmers were able to go straight from harvesting soybeans to corn. Overall not bad.

The big final change from fall to winter came the last week of November.
From this to this which was about 5 inches of snow.

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