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Agricultural Forecast



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FORECASTS FOR THE 2015 SEASON WILL BE AVAILABLE MONDAY THROUGH 
FRIDAY AND WILL BE MISSING SEVERAL WEEKS THROUGHOUT THE SEASON.  
IT IS LIKELY 2015 WILL BE THE LAST YEAR FOR THIS PRODUCT.
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AGRICULTURAL WEATHER ADVISORY FOR NEW JERSEY
AND SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
ISSUED BY RUTGERS UNIVERSITY NEW BRUNSWICK NJ
8 AM EDT TUESDAY JULY 27, 2015


RAINFALL AMOUNTS...NONE THROUGH WEDNESDAY.
WINDS FOR SPRAYING...NORTHWEST 5 MPH TODAY, LIGHT
WEST TONIGHT, WEST 5 TO 10 MPH WEDNESDAY.
RELATIVE HUMIDITY IN PERCENT...40 TO 50 TODAY, 90 TO 100 TONIGHT,
40 TO 50 WEDNESDAY.
DEW POINTS...65 TO 70 THROUGH WEDNESDAY.
DRYING CONDITIONS...FAIR TO GOOD TODAY, FAIR TO GOOD WEDNESDAY.
FROST FREEZE OR DEW...LIGHT TO MODERATE DEW TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY
NIGHT.
PERCENT OF POSSIBLE SUNSHINE...80 TODAY, 90 WEDNESDAY.

THERE IS A 10 PERCENT PROBABILITY OF PRECIPITATION DURING 
THE 12 HOUR PERIOD BEGINNING AT 8 AM AND ENDING AT 8 PM THAT COULD 
ADVERSELY AFFECT THE PERFORMANCE OF PESTICIDES THAT REQUIRE A 
RAIN-FREE PERIOD AFTER APPLICATION.

CONDITIONS FOR CRANBERRY SCALD WILL BE UNFAVORABLE TODAY AND WEDNESDAY.

HAY CUTTING SHOULD BE FAIRLY GOOD FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK WITH 
ONLY A LOW THREAT OF SHOWERS ON ANY GIVEN DAY.

SOIL MOISTURE SHOULD DECREASE FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK AND THE
NEED FOR SUPPLEMENTAL IRRIGATION WILL INCREASE.

THE LATEST 8 TO 14 DAY OUTLOOK FOR THE PERIOD AUGUST 4TH TO AUGUST 10TH IS 
CALLING FOR TEMPERATURES TO AVERAGE BELOW NORMAL AND PRECIPITATION 
TO TOTAL ABOVE NORMAL.