Bryce Anderson

Ag Meteorologist Emeritus

Bryce Anderson has been DTN's ag meteorologist and fill-in market analyst since 1991. He combines his expertise in weather forecasting with a south-central Nebraska farm background to bring in-depth, focused commentary on the top weather developments affecting agriculture each day.

 

His comments in the DTN Ag Weather Brief and the DTN Market Impact Weather articles are read by persons involved in all aspects of the agricultural industry and in all major crop and livestock production areas of the U.S. and Canada.

 

Bryce also delivers forecast commentary on regional and national farm broadcast programs and hosts DTN audio and video productions.

 

Prior to joining DTN, Bryce was in radio and television farm broadcasting and agricultural meteorology at stations in Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska. He holds a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Nebraska, and a certificate of broadcast meteorology from Mississippi State University.

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  • Parts of South Dakota have had the driest growing season on record, even surpassing the 1930s Dust Bowl era. (Photo courtesy of Jack Davis, South Dakota State University)

    Ag Weather Forum

    Dust Bowl-era statistics from this growing season and climate report predictions point to drought continuing as a dominant agriculture overriding feature.

  • The Chateau Boswell Winery burns as the Glass Fire moves through the area on Sept. 27, 2020, in St. Helena, California. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

    Ag Weather Forum

    Fires such as the Bootleg Fire in Oregon, which has burnt more than 409,600 acres as of July 26, continue to create all sorts of havoc. Raging fires are leaving some California wineries with no insurance.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Rain and cooler conditions for most of the Midwest and a more favorable pattern for Southern Plains wheat harvest are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Wednesday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    A forecast for widespread Midwest rain during the next week and frost damage to the Brazil winter corn crop are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Tuesday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Scattered rainfall for northern and central crop areas in the 10-day forecast and improving conditions for Southern Plains wheat harvest are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Friday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Limited rain in the forecast for dry areas of the western Midwest and showers hindering wheat harvest in the Southern Plains are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Thursday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    A mixed Midwest rainfall outlook and chronic dryness again in the northern and western crop areas are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Friday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    The beginning of a rainy stretch in the Midwest and deepening drought in northern and western crop areas are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Thursday.