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Heat expands on parts of the Great Plains & across parts of the Corn Belt

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Across the Corn Belt, dry weather prevails, aside from a few upper Midwestern showers.  The spell of mostly dry weather favors winter wheat maturation and final summer crop planting efforts.  By June 9, only 5% of the intended U.S. corn acreage had not been planted, along with 13% of the soybeans.

On the Plains, lingering thundershowers are confined to parts of Oklahoma and Texas.  Across the remainder of the nation’s mid-section, mild, dry weather is promoting crop development and fieldwork, including winter wheat maturation and harvesting. 

Heat expands on parts of the Great Plains & across parts of the Corn Belt

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