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Much colder northwest; mild weather across the rest of the Heartland

Across the Corn Belt, mild, dry weather favors final corn and soybean harvest efforts, especially in areas where snow cover had previously limited fieldwork.  A little more than a week ago, on November 20, nearly one-quarter (23%) of Wisconsin’s corn remained in the field, on par with the 5-year average.

On the Plains, cold weather—accompanied by a few snow showers—is confined to the region’s northern tier.  In parts of Montana, Monday’s high temperatures will remain below 20°F.  Meanwhile, winter grains in parts of Texas, Oklahoma, and eastern Kansas are benefiting from recent topsoil moisture improvements.  Currently, mild, dry weather covers the central and southern Plains.

Much colder northwest; mild weather across the rest of the Heartland

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