Purdue Agronomy on Weather and Climate Volunteer Rain, Hail and Snow Reports (Source: CoCoRaHS)
Interactive Weather Reports for Indiana (Source: NOAA) WaterWatch: Current water resources conditions (Source: USGS)
Drought MonitorCheck out maps and forecasts from USDA, NOAA and the National Drought Mitigation Center
The Weather Channel Midwest Climate WatchCheck out the latest figures in rainfall, temperatures and the crop moisture index.
NOAA's Drought Information Center NOAA's Climate Prediction Center Accumulated Precipitation for early July 2009
Indiana Agricultural Statistics Service
Ag AnswersThis website is maintained by Agricultural Communications at Purdue and Ohio State universities. While it is not drought specific, news on this site from time to time covers drought topics.
Agricultural OutlookThe Agricultural Economics department provides Outlook information. Often weather-related issues show up in their analysis.
Agricultural Economics 2005-2006 Extension Program OfferingsEducational and trianing opportunities are available for diverse audiences related to agriculture and the food sector. The training is focused on major commodities, land and other inputs, agricultural trade and the general economy.
Vegetable Crops Hotline - 2006 BulletinThe Vegetable Crop Hotline is a newsletter for commercial vegetable growers prepared by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service.
Information provided by Purdue Extension
First Aid for Drought-Stricken Plants(Released 4/20/2000)
Keep Plants Watered for Drought Recovery(Released 10/19/1995)
Mulching Conserves Soil Moisture(Released June 1992)
Dry Spell or Drought?(Released June 1994)
In Times of Drought(Released June 2005)
Please Don't Burn Your Leaves(Released 11/20/1997)
Hot Weather is Tough on Plants Too!(Released 4/20/1995)