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Weather Outlook 2023 - Growing Season Forecast Update

What’s the forecast for 2023? Here’s what this expert had to say

// Business Insights, Webinars

The three-year La Niña has come to a close and there are strong indications that El Niño is on its way. That means there’s a good possibility of cooler, wetter weather – and maybe some nice crop yields – for the summer growing season in many parts of the country. What else are experts predicting for the coming year? BAM Weather CEO Michael Clark joined us recently for a detailed look at weather patterns as we head into summer. To get all the info, watch the full webinar above.

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