Unique meteorological insights from the Arbor Doctor, Ron Rothhaas, as heard on In The Garden with Ron Wilson, in particular how weather affects your landscape investment. Ron Rothhaas is an official US National Weather Service COOP observer, Cheviot OH 3W, and a CoCoRaHS observer, Cheviot OH 3.4W.
(This article was posted in December and is being kept up to see how we’re doing. As of early February, the beginning of the last month of meteorological winter, the temperature forecast is close, but with colder temperatures in the northeast. The precipitation forecast has not been as good. Yes, it has been dry in the south but the above normal precipitation in the Ohio valley is not verifying,)
#winter? Here is our latest and final DJF 2017-18 forecast. There are some subtle changes from previous months, but still heavily influenced by #LaNiña. Learn more…http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/predictions/long_range/ …
Soil Moisture Condition Monitoring Weekly Report
Station Number: OH-HM-24
Station Name: Cheviot 3.4 W
Report Date: 2/17/2018
Submitted: 2/17/2018 6:47 AM
Scale Bar: Severely Wet
1.85 inches of rain in the past 7 days. Soil is wet. Ground is completely saturated with water. Standing water is severe and abundant. Water bodies are very elevated.
Categories: General Awareness
Plants & Wildlife
What is the Condition Monitoring Report? Click here for more information:
Current Available Soil Moisture And Drought:
Map by Dr. T. Fujita, University of Chicago
Tornado number 43, the Saylor Park F5, is the only tornado I ever personally witnessed. I was in third grade. More information here>>>