Drew Lerner, Senior Agricultural Meteorologist forecasts a cooler, wetter summer and explains what this means for the 2016 crop season.
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- 18 year cycle suggests cool air coming from higher latitudes
- La Niña tends to give more extremes in temperature
- Early season crops vulnerable to moisture
- Drying out in July and August could help later crops
- In a La Niña year, winter is usually colder and snowier