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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  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    The location of showers and thunderstorms moving through Corn Belt into next week and an intense heatwave in the Black Sea region are the primary weather concerns holding the market's attention Friday.

  • DTN Ag Weather Brief

    Heat continues in the Plains Friday, making favorable conditions for wheat harvest.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Periods of showers and thunderstorms moving through the Corn Belt and a heatwave developing in the Black Sea region are the primary weather concerns holding the market's attention Thursday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    A pattern change bringing colder conditions and scattered showers to the Corn Belt and a heatwave developing in the Black Sea region are the primary weather concerns holding the market's attention Wednesday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    A reversal from the hot and dry June in the Corn Belt along with continued dryness in Brazil are the primary weather concerns holding the market's attention Tuesday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Changes to the hot and dry period along with Brazil's continued dryness are the primary weather concerns holding the market's attention Monday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Severe thunderstorms that moved through the Northern Plains Thursday night are the start to a drier pattern that continues next week and a potential for some limited showers in central Brazil are the primary weather concerns...

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Severe thunderstorms in the Northern Plains and a potential for some limited showers in central Brazil are the primary weather concerns holding the market's attention Thursday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Disappointing showers across the eastern Midwest and the continued dryness for central Brazil are the primary weather concerns holding the market's attention Wednesday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Heat with some periods of showers across the northern crop areas and continued dryness in central Brazil are the primary weather concerns holding the market's attention Tuesday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Heat across the north with some mixed precipitation and the continued dryness in central Brazil are the primary weather concerns holding the market's attention Monday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    The heat's increasing drought stress across the northern United States and the consistently dry weather pattern in central Brazil continues to hold the market's attention Friday.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    The heat is beginning to expand from the Western United States into the Northern Plains. Dryness should come with it, leading to stressful conditions for row crops.

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Heat will expand across the northern tier of the U.S. and Canadian Prairies with near-record temperatures Wednesday, exacerbating the drought. An upper level low pressure system will provide more widespread showers next week...

  • Commodities Market Impact Weather

    Periods of showers that continue across northern crop areas for the next week and improvement for winter corn in southern Brazil are the focus for the commodity market's attention on Friday.

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

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