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Kansas experiences a warm start to winter

A very warm finish to November carried over into December across most of Kansas. Since Thanksgiving, 111 maximum temperature records have been broken in Kansas. Can Kansans expect more unseasonably warm weather for the rest of the winter? Learn more in this article from KSU meteorologist Chip Redmond.

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Potential effects of recent warm temperatures on the wheat crop

Since late January, most of Kansas has experienced much warmer-than-average air temperatures for this time of the year. The effects of these warmer-than-average temperatures on the wheat crop are concerning producers and crop consultants. The effect of the high soil temperatures during February on the wheat crop will depend on several factors, particularly on temperatures during early March.

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