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Colorado Wheat Outlook Report – May 10, 2024

Most of Eastern Colorado saw cooler-than-normal temperatures this week, with wind and little moisture. Conditions have worsened in the southeastern corner of the state and the area has entered a D2 drought. Next week’s forecast shows warmer (but still fairly mild) temperatures, with a chance of decent moisture mid-week in locations south of I-70.

Colorado Wheat Outlook Report – May 10, 2024

Most of Eastern Colorado saw cooler-than-normal temperatures this week, with wind and little moisture. Conditions have worsened in the southeastern corner of the state and the area has entered a D2 drought. Next week’s forecast shows warmer (but still fairly mild) temperatures, with a chance of decent moisture mid-week in locations south of I-70.

Colorado Wheat Outlook Report – May 3, 2024

Most of Northeastern Colorado received much-needed rain last weekend. Totals ranged anywhere from 1 in. to 4.5 in. However, the high rainfall totals completely missed Southeastern Colorado where conditions are deteriorating.

Colorado Wheat Outlook Report – May 3, 2024

Most of Northeastern Colorado received much-needed rain last weekend. Totals ranged anywhere from 1 in. to 4.5 in. However, the high rainfall totals completely missed Southeastern Colorado where conditions are deteriorating.

Colorado Wheat Outlook Report – April 26, 2024

There was not much change to the overall crop condition this week. However, there are reports of cutworms, especially in the northeast corner of the state. There is rain in the forecast this weekend for the area north of I-70.