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Much cooler across the Heartland, more rain ahead for the central Plains, Midwest

Across the Corn Belt, below-normal temperatures are benefiting reproductive to filling summer crops.  Monday’s Midwestern high temperatures should generally range from 75 to 85°F.  In addition, showers and thunderstorms have developed across the southwestern Corn Belt, following the recent heat wave that resulted in some of the hottest weather in a decade.  For example, Columbia, Missouri, attained 105°F on July 23, representing the highest reading in that location since July 2012, when there were 8 days with temperatures reaching 105°F or greater.

Much cooler across the Heartland, more rain ahead for the central Plains, Midwest

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