An active, wide-ranging weather pattern covers the Heartland

Across the Corn Belt, stormy weather continues across the far upper Midwest, leading to pockets of flash flooding.  On June 16, prior to the latest rainfall, topsoil moisture was rated 42% surplus in Minnesota, along with 40% in Wisconsin.  In contrast, heat accompanies short-term dryness in the southern and eastern Corn Belt, where Wednesday’s high […]

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