Across the Corn Belt, a cold front stretching from
the lower Great Lakes region into Missouri is helping to focus showers and
thunderstorms. The rain is generally benefiting late-planted, late-developing
corn and soybeans. Meanwhile, cool, dry air is overspreading the upper Midwest,
where Thursday morning’s low temperatures locally fell to 50° or below.
On the Plains, showers and thunderstorms remain
active from Nebraska to Oklahoma. Meanwhile, producers on the northern Plains
are harvesting small grains in advance of an approaching cold front.
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