Expert predicts wet, cold winter and spring
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Our polar thermostat is out of whack, and that threatens to make the Northern Plains colder and wetter than usual this winter, spring and early summer, an area meteorologist says.
"It does look like it will be a late planting season this year," Leon Osborne says.
But the summer and fall should bring favorable growing conditions for area farmers, he says.
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