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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  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Late-season showers across much of the central U.S. and a forecast for favorable ripening and harvest conditions during September are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Thursday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Late-arriving Midwest rain and limited follow-up moisture prospects for the Southern Plains are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Wednesday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    A return to concern over the impact of hot and dry conditions on crop prospects in the central U.S. along with further indications of reduced crop output in key international areas due to heat and drought are the primary...

  • The winter La Nina jet stream track is a wet weather-maker for the Northwest and the Midwest, and a dry weather producer for the Southern Plains through the Southeast. (NOAA graphic)

    Ag Weather Forum

    A third straight winter of cool Pacific equator waters brings an outlook for dry conditions in the Southern Plains and a snowy prospect over the northern tier of the contiguous U.S.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    A favorable pattern for central U.S. row crops following weekend rainfall and continued adverse conditions due to heat and drought in Europe and China are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Monday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Rain prospects for much of the Midwest and extreme heat and drought in Europe and China are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Friday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Benign conditions for filling row crops and the ongoing prospect for timely rainfall in winter wheat areas ahead of seeding are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Thursday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Favorable conditions for filling row crops and the potential for useful moisture in winter wheat areas ahead of seeding are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Wednesday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    A warmer and drier forecast for central U.S. crop areas and dry conditions in Europe along with Argentina are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Friday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Mixed central U.S. rain in the next two days, more withering heat in southern crop areas, a drier outlook during the 14-day time frame, and a very warm to hot and dry forecast for western Europe are the primary weather...

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Beneficial Midwest rain and a notably improved pattern in the Northern Plains and Canadian Prairies compared with a year ago are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention Wednesday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Short-term Midwest heat stress, favorable rain chances in northern crop areas, and favorable safrinha corn harvest conditions in Brazil are the primary weather features for the commodity market's attention.