From Scattered Storms to Sunshine, Weather’s Wide Range of Moods Plays a Huge Role for Growers

Posted September 29, 2021 | By: Nutrien Ag Solutions

Eric Snodgrass from Nutrien Ag Solutions breaks down data and trends he sees in weather

No matter the location or time of year, weather impacts farmland. From dry summers to snowy winters, growers must continuously monitor the forecast and anticipate its implications for their operation. 

Our principal atmospheric scientist and science fellow, Eric Snodgrass, is passionate about ensuring growers have the information they need to make the best decisions possible for their fields. 

Dive in as we ask Snodgrass a few questions on being an atmospheric scientist, creating weather forecasts, determining how weather will impact each growing season and the latest technology used to accurately forecast and share data with growers. 

Still looking for more? Be sure to subscribe to our daily weather newsletters from Snodgrass, and visit for more information. Also, don’t forget to follow him and our atmospheric science team @Ag_Weather on Twitter.


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