The National Weather Service forecast for August 7-11 calls for above-normal precip across the Corn Belt. The exception is below-normal precip across Michigan. Meanwhile, above-normal temps are expected to retreat from t
The National Weather Service forecast for August 9-13 calls for above-normal temps across the Corn Belt, with the best chance of warmth across the eastern Belt. Concerns about hot conditions will be limited, however, as
The Kansas Applied Remote Sensing (KARS) "GreenReport" reflects lush greenness across the bulk of the western Corn Belt compared to the average for early August. A mix of conditions are seen across the eastern
USDA's Joint Ag Weather Facility says in the Corn Belt, warm weather is promoting a rapid pace of corn and soybean development. Currently, significant rainfall is confined to the middle Mississippi Valley. In the
USDA's Joint Ag Weather Facility says in the Corn Belt, showers and thunderstorms are occurring in the vicinity of a cold front, with the heaviest rain occurring in the middle Mississippi and lower Missouri Valleys.
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USDA's Joint Ag Weather Facility says in the Corn Belt, above-normal temperatures prevail in advance of an approaching cold front. However, today’s Midwestern high temperatures are expected to remain below the
This week's National Drought Monitor shows a 5.6% shrink in the area covered by drought in Ohio compared to the previous week, but 70% of the state is still covered by some form of drought and nearly 43% is covered b