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Late September in the U.S. saw a host of abnormal weather events: record heat in the Southeast, a Category 5 hurricane in an odd location, and five feet of snow in Montana. This episode, the team zeroes in on the early, heavy snows that could have a long-term effect on farmers in the Northern Plains.

2:00 - Gerald Wagner, director of the Blackfeet Environmental Office

14:00 - Ray Wolf, science and operations officer, NOAA/NWS Quad Cities

20:45 - Ben Thomas, director of the Montana Department of Agriculture


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