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Scattered rains on the increase across the Heartland favor the Corn Belt

Across the Corn Belt, showers accompany a slow-moving cold front stretching from Kansas into the Great Lakes region.  North of the front, sunny but cooler weather is favoring summer crop development, while dry and warm conditions over the southern and eastern Corn Belt are accelerating corn and soybeans toward or into reproduction.

On the Plains, a cold front is producing showers and thunderstorms from the central High Plains into Nebraska.  North of the front, cool but dry weather is promoting wheat maturation and early harvesting.  South of the front, hot conditions (Friday’s highs approaching or topping 100°F) will continue over Texas, Oklahoma, and southern Kansas.

Scattered rains on the increase across the Heartland favor the Corn Belt

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