Favorable late-season weather in the upper Midwest

Across the Corn Belt, dry weather continues to promote corn and soybean development, as well as early-season winter wheat planting. Conditions are especially favorable across the upper Midwest, where above-normal temperatures are helping to push late-developing summer crops toward maturity.

On the Plains, mostly dry weather favors summer crop maturation and winter wheat planting. In addition, near-record to record-setting warmth is developing across the northern High Plains, helping with the late stages of the delayed spring wheat harvest.

In the South, isolated showers are occurring in the vicinity of a cold front from the Carolinas to Alabama. Showers also dot Florida’s peninsula. Elsewhere, dry weather favors fieldwork and summer crop maturation.

In the West, a late-season surge of moisture is producing isolated showers in several areas, including the southern and central Rockies and the northern Intermountain region. In many parts of the West, however, dry weather accompanies late-season heat.

Morning Low Temperature Plot

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Forecast High Temperatures (National)


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