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Summer 2014 04/08/2014 @ 4:17pm I somewhat disagree with the author of this article (I think it was a very good article though). I don't see the problem being too much rain but rather a lack of rain. The unexpected (you know, that just can't happen type of event or weather pattern) is going to upset the professional forecasters. The yield will not be what is expected or forecast; probably much less. The good news is I, like all others that look ahead, can always be wrong!

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