After a summer that brought intense heat and little rainfall to parts of the Midwest, Mother Nature is bringing relief with improved conditions and a positive forecast for the start of harvest.
The Midwest is turning a corner to a more favorable weather pattern, says Dan Hicks, meteorologist at Freese-Notis Weather.
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Below-normal rainfall combined with above-normal temperatures will worsen drought conditions in the northern Plains as well as parts of the Midwest.
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Drought will most likely not be an issue for the majority of farms across the Midwest, says Dan Hicks, although drought conditions could continue to threaten crops in the northern Plains.