By Ryan Martin – Sep 27, 2019 Other than a little bit of moisture still holding over the northern part of the state Saturday and a weak front Thursday, a good chunk of this week will be suitable to get in the field, if you have crops ready.We continue to see some moisture tracking over the northern third of Indiana to start the weekend, a follow through on moisture that began tracking across the WCB and into the Upper Midwest/Great Lakes over late this past week. The moisture will stay mostly north of the Hoosier Heartland Corridor, and should be a little less in terms of frequency than what we have seen to this point. Central and southern Indiana will stay dry through Saturday, although clouds will be around.We are fully dry Sunday through Wednesday. Skies turn out partly sunny on Sunday, but will be fully sunny Monday through Wednesday. Temps remain above normal through that period, thanks to good south flow.A minor front arrives Thursday, sagging through the state from NW to SE. Moisture is not impressive at all, and in fact we may only see a few hundredths to .25” of rain with 50% coverage. Still, we can’t call it a fully dry day. The best chances of rain within that 50% coverage estimate will be central and northern Indiana.Dry again for Friday and Saturday, with full sunshine and near normal temps. Much cooler air is coming in, but following the warm start to the week, it will feel cooler than it truly is, compared to normal.Our best chance at a well-organized rain event for the entire state will come next Saturday night through Sunday. A strong cold front will bring showers and thunderstorms to 80% of Indiana with rain totals from .25”-.75”. All moisture should be done by midnight Sunday night. Map below shows 10-day rain potential.Extended Period:For the extended 11-16 day period, we are back to a fully dry outlook. We have plenty of sun with no threat of rain for Monday the 7th through Saturday the 12th. Temps do pull back some for that period, and will be normal to slightly below.Weeks 3 & 4:Both week 3 and week for seem to have only minor frontal boundary activity moving through. This should lead to good harvest windows, and on average only one threat of rain each week.Week 3Precipitation, week ending September 20 (green: above normal, brown: below)Temperature, Week ending September 27 (orange: above normal, blue: below)Week 4Precipitation, Week ending September 27 (green: above normal, brown: below)Temperature, Week ending September 27 (orange: above normal, blue: below) Facebook Twitter Harvest Weather Forecast: Harvest Window Opens Wide Next Week Facebook Twitter SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Harvest Weather Forecast: Harvest Window Opens Wide Next Week SHARE Previous articleStress During Grain Fill: A Harbinger of Stalk Health ProblemsNext articleRFA Sets EPA Straight on U.S. Ethanol Demand Ryan Martin
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York An 85-year-old woman died after her car was involved in a crash with another car in Franklin Square over the weekend.Nassau County police said the woman was driving a Chevrolet Cobalt southbound on Franklin Avenue when she crashed into a northbound Infiniti G37 while making a left turn onto Oaks Drive at 2:41 p.m. Sunday.The woman, whose identity wasn’t immediately released, was taken to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead shortly later.The 25-year-old man who was driving the other car was hospitalized for treatment of a broken leg.Homicide Squad detectives impounded the vehicles and are continuing the investigation, which they said does not appear to be criminal.
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NEW DELHI: Fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar believes being the senior bowler of the SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) he will have to take more responsibility in the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL). However, he says he is not feeling any pressure and he is looking forward to put up a good performance that will help his side win matches beginning on September 19 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).In an exclusive conversation with IANS, Bhuvneshwar, who has taken 109 wickets in 96 games for SRH, said from the UAE: “Well, there’s no pressure at all because the team is never dependent on any one player. It’s about all 11 guys who contribute. Although being a senior player you always want to take more responsibility, there’s no pressure at all.” IPL 2020 was initially scheduled to be played in India in March but because of the Covid-19 pandemic, it had to be shifted to the UAE and matches will be played across three venues — Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah — without spectators. While the crowd support serves as a motivating factor for players, Bhuvneshwar feels cricketers still would be raring to go on the field and give their best, considering they have been away from the game for quite a long period. “Fans always motivate you when they cheer for you or your team,” said the right-handed fast bowler. “Since no one has played any cricket for months, so everyone in the squad is hungry and motivated to go back to the field, play, and give his best shot.” The 30-year-old bowler further said that his team was preparing well for the tournament and would put in its best foot forward to try and clinch the trophy for the second time after 2016 (the team in its earlier avtar as Deccan Chargers had won the 2009 title). “I think every team has got fairly equal chances of winning the title. Talking about SRH, indeed, we are preparing well and definitely want to win it.” The pitches in the UAE tend to be slow and spinner-friendly and thus fans could expect matches to be not as high-scoring as they are used to witnessing in India. However, Bhuvneshwar feels batsmen will find a way out to score runs and bowlers will have to be on their toes to keep them in check. “I wouldn’t say bowlers will have an upper hand completely because both the batsman and bowler find out a way to score runs or take wickets, even if the pitches are not suitable for them. That is how this game is,” he said. (IANS) Also Watch: AASU-AJYCP’s New Political Party on Sept 11