John Baranick

DTN Meteorologist
John Baranick

John Baranick graduated from Iowa State University with a bachelor's of science degree in meteorology and a minor in agronomy. He has been a meteorologist with DTN since 2011.

John uses his forecasts to comment on its impacts to different industries and helping customers make important business decisions. His comments have been received by clients in the aviation, transportation, energy, and agriculture industries worldwide.

John works out of the Burnsville, Minnesota, office.

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  • DTN Ag Weather Brief

    The central U.S. will see a strong cold wave Wednesday. There will be some rain and snow in the eastern and southeastern Midwest.

  • The U.S. Drought Monitor shows many areas of the country in some form of dryness or drought as spring planting begins. (NDMC graphic)

    Best Blog of the Week

    The April 5 USDA weekly crop progress report showed a dramatic drop in soil moisture from the same point last year.

  • Snowfall reports from the storm March 13-15 capture the heavy snowfall across the High Plains in Colorado, southeast Wyoming, through South Dakota and into Minnesota. (NOAA graphic)

    Best Blog of the Week

    Although drought continues to worsen in North Dakota and Montana, recent and forecast precipitation has affected and will eat into a lot of the drought in the Plains and Midwest.