Click each region in the menu below for details of each micro-climate weather report offered:
OUR WEATHER REPORTS ARE WRITTEN BY REAL, LIVE, HUMANS WITH DECADES OF EXPERIENCE.
Our reports provide ag-focused details for the next five days and significant trends and events going out 15 days in the future.
Daily Max / Min temperature forecasts color-coded for frost risk and OSHA safety criteria.
Temperature deviation charts showing how the past five and next five day's high and low temps compare to historical averages.
Probability and color-coded accumulation of rainfall for each location by 12 hour increments.
Detailed wind forecasts for the major growing valleys across morning / afternoon / evening of the next three days.
Morning and afternoon humidity.
Five-day evapotranspiration forecasts (CA / AZ)
Past, current and future soil temperatures (Yuma Valley)
Past 72-hour rainfall accumulation charts
Each forecast product is custom designed for its particular area. For instance, we provide forecasted lettuce icing severity in the Yuma and Mohawk Valleys of southwest Arizona, as well as the high altitude valleys of Guanajuato Mexico.
All western US forecast reports provide Growing Degree Day analysis showing year-to-date accumulation, five-day forecast, comparisons to the previous two years, as well as the 30 year average for each location.
Our U.S. reports also offer five-day Evapotranspiration forecasts for each major growing location in that region.
In addition to our regional reports we offer:
National Hazardous Weather Summary
Issued five days a week, this quick briefing offers short-term and 1-to-2 week severe weather graphics covering the United States. Provides perspective on market-side impacts of major weather events.
Monthly Climatology Review & Extended Outlook for California / Arizona
Issued during the first week of each month. Provides detailed rain and temperature analysis for the previous month, El Nino updates, special topics of interest and extended outlooks for 30-60-90 days. This report includes our famous "candlestick" temperature charts showing weekly average high / low / max / min / normals for major growing areas across the previous 9-12 months.