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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com July 21, 2015 • Page 11 High Temps & Humidity Climate Outlook BROOKINGS, S.D. - Higher temperatures and humidities across eastern South Dakota produced heat indexes reaching the 100 to 110-degree range throughout the first few weeks of July. “Fortunately, the occurrences did not extend for several days, which would have had larger potential impacts on people as well as livestock in the state,” said Dennis Todey, South Dakota State Climatologist & SDSU Extension Climate Specialist. Todey says some summer-like conditions may remain in the state according to the July 16, 2015 long range climate outlooks released by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). “Although temperatures are predicted to be cooler than average in states south of South Dakota, our state has about equal chances of being cooler or warmer than average,” Todey said. “This is a slight shift away from previous outlooks which had South Dakota in the cooler than average outlook.” However, he added that the current climate outlook remains consistent with nearer term computer models which have been staying a bit warmer during July. “Through the middle of the month, most of the state is still below average for July temperatures,” Todey said. What the outlook means for crops? He added that unless conditions turn very warm soon, the overall impact on crops may be minimal to slightly positive. “Most of the corn in South Dakota is reaching its reproductive phase, which is the part of the growing season where the most yield can be lost more quickly if conditions are too hot and/or dry,” explained Laura Edwards, SDSU Extension Climate Field Specialist. “Overall tempera- tures have been warm, but not too high to accumulate much stress.” According the latest USDA-NASS reports, corn is slightly behind in development. Edwards said the additional heat will help move crop development along a little more quickly. “The precipitation outlook has also shifted from wetter to equal chances of below and above average for most of the state. The better chance for wetter conditions is along the Nebraska border and to the south of us,” she said. She adds that current precipitation totals are generally OK to wet across the state; with the exception of a few locations in eastern South Dakota which continue to be slightly dry. “The heat and limited soil moisture could start causing some issues in these mostly isolated areas,” Edwards said. The most recent U.S. Drought Monitor map reflects this issue with continued pockets of Abnormally Dry (D0) conditions in a couple areas of eastern South Dakota. El Nino is still a player Looking ahead to the fall and winter, El Nino is still a player in the outlooks. “The current outlooks very much reflect El Nino conditions,” Todey said. “Winter continues to have a good likelihood of being above average in temperature for South Dakota and surrounding areas.” Edwards added that El Nino could create a small potential for harvest issues because a wet fall is more likely. “With crops developing at a reasonable rate, this is not a major concern right now,” she said. “Development and harvest should not be impacted greatly. But this should be monitored for changes for potential crop drying and harvesting issues.” ?iGrow Want your business to be seen? Get your display ad here! 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Other top awards are “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” with 19 nominations; TV movies “Olive Kittridge” and “Bessie,” with 13 and 12 bids, respectively; and “House of Cards,” “Mad Men” and “Transparent” with 11 nominations. The nominations reflect the steadily rising tide of cord-cutting networks. No commercial broadcast network drama made the cut for best series, with cable, streaming service Netflix and non-commercial PBS dividing up the spoils instead. “The Good Wife” was the last broadcast nominee in the category, in 2011. Programs getting a last chance for Emmy glory include best drama series nominee “Mad Men,” a fourtime winner in the category that would be the mosthonored drama ever with a fifth trophy. For star Hamm’s portrayal of Don Draper, it’s a final shot after seven previous nominations. David Letterman, who retired from “Late Show,” and Stephen Colbert, who left “The Colbert Report” to WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — The elaborate fantasy saga “Game of Thrones” received a leading 24 Emmy Awards nominations Thursday, its stature apparently untouched by backlash over a female character’s rape scene. The series is a contender again for top drama honors, an award that has eluded it since it debuted in 2011. TV academy voters rarely give shows in the sci-fi or other genres the ultimate accolade, with “Lost” among the rare exceptions. The TV academy took a modest step toward recognizing TV’s increasing embrace of diverse TV talent, giving best actress nods to black stars Taraji P. Henson for “Empire” and Viola Davis for “How to Get Away with Murder.” “This is what it’s supposed to be like. You should recognize actors and creative people in this industry from every level of all colors who do great work,” Queen Latifah said. The nominations set up the possibility of a historymaking win: An AfricanAmerican actress has never won the top drama acting award. However, two-time nominee Kerry Washington of “Scandal” was left out this year. “I gotta win! I gotta win for history!” an exuberant Henson said in May when asked about the prospect during an “Empire” panel. Family comedy “blackish” earned an acting bid for star Anthony Anderson, but failed to gain a best series nomination. Also snubbed: freshman hit hip-hop-family drama “Empire,” which was left out of the best drama series category, and series star Terrence Howard, who failed to get a best drama actor bid. Instead, voters gave nods to favorites such as “Mad succeed Letterman this fall, both received variety talk show nominations for their former shows. “Late Show” was last nominated in 2009 as best variety, music or comedy series and last won in 2002. Colbert’s show won in 2014. They’re both getting a break: the TV academy split the variety series category into two, one for variety talk shows and one for variety or sketch series like “Saturday Night Live,” making space for more contenders in each. Joining “Game of Thrones,” “Mad Men” and “Better Call Saul” in the best drama category are “Downton Abbey,” “Homeland,” House of Cards” and “Orange is the New Black,” which switched over from comedy series contention because of an Emmy rules change. The graphic, bloodthirsty violence of “Game of Thrones” has drawn gasps, even from fans. Its depiction of a young bride’s weddingnight rape by her brutish husband was more implied than shown, but it drew swift and harsh reaction. One viewer, U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri), tweeted that the scene was “gratuitous” and “disgusting,” adding that she was “done” with the show. But Emmy voters clearly aren’t. 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