14 Jun
2021

Harvest Forecast: Harvest Window Reopens Second Half of the Week

first_img Our harvest forecast is front loaded with precipitation this time around, leading to more challenges in the near term. However, we are seeing some drier windows trying to open toward the second half of this coming week.Rain moves back into the state late Sunday and continues through Monday and lingers into midday Tuesday. Rain totals combined from the event will be .25”-1” with coverage at 90% of the state. The heaviest rains come Monday night, and will be in central Indiana. The map below shows rain for that wave combined over the multi day stretch.We turn drier from Tuesday afternoon through the weekend over northern Indiana. However, we see an increase in moisture potential from I-70 southward for Thursday and Friday. A system moves through TN and KY Thursday and Friday that may throw clouds into southern Indiana, and we won’t completely rule out as well, but only 50% coverage each day. The best threats are likely closer to the OH river. Let’s just say we are not currently “married to” this look and think there is potential for the threat to sink south. But we can’t completely call a dry forecast at this point, so this is just a heads up for southern Indiana right now, not an actual call for a complete rain out. The entire state is dry Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday.Extended Period:The extended forecast looks pretty easy right now. WE see high pressure dominate, and that brings sunshine, blue sky, and fully dry weather all the way through the period. This forecast covers next Wednesday through Sunday (8th)Weeks 3 & 4:Temps remain above normal. Now, remember, normal is falling off fast in spots, so that does not mean we are “warm” …but a few degrees above where we would be for the middle two months of November. Precipitation sneaks up to near normal for week three after our fully dry 11-16 day period. Week for pulls back to below normal. Remember, normal on precipitation are also falling off as we move into the cooler months.Week 3Precipitation (green: above normal, brown: below)Temperatures (blue: below normal, orange: above)Week 4Precipitation (green: above normal, brown: below)Temperatures (blue: below normal, orange: above) SHARE Previous articleFree Frogeye Leaf Spot Sampling OfferedNext articleHoosier Ag This Week – The Week in Review Podcast for October 24th Ryan Martin Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter By Ryan Martin – Oct 23, 2020 SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Harvest Forecast: Harvest Window Reopens Second Half of the Week Harvest Forecast: Harvest Window Reopens Second Half of the Weeklast_img read more

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4 Jun
2021

Fake 50 euro notes in circulation

first_imgTwitter Print Advertisement Linkedin WhatsApp THE NUMBER of fake 50 euro notes circulating in Limerick was up this week, with seven incidents reported to Gardai.The duds were given in exchange for goods in various outlets across Limerick, mainly grocery stores, petrol stations, a pharmacy and a juice bar. In some of the instances the fraudsters managed to con staff, but in other cases, the forgeries were spotted and the notes were not accepted. On a couple of occasions staff held on to the fakes until gardai arrived.One of the culprits involved in trying to use these dud notes is described as a young red haired male of approximately 19 years and reported to have been wearing a navy tracksuit and runners at the time at the time of the attempted fraud.Gardai remind people to make sure and carry out essential security checks on euro notes. Obvious security features should be identified before accepting notes, these include; checking for the watermark, security thread, hologram patch and raised print. The value numeral on the 50 euro note will also change colour from purple to olive green or brown when tilted if the note is a genuine.By taking a few seconds to feel, examine and tilt euro notes, fraudsters can be prevented from passing off their fakes as the real thing.center_img Previous articleCollins family to march in honour of Roy’s deathNext articleLease Market’s Field for soccer, cllr pleads admin Email Facebook NewsLocal NewsFake 50 euro notes in circulationBy admin – May 7, 2009 2497 last_img read more

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