July outlooks forecast heat and rains for Corn Belt

A National Weather Service meteorologist says summertime heat is expected to return to the Corn Belt. Ed Shimon says forecasts show above normal temperatures are likely this month. “There’s a pretty strong heat wave in the western third of the United States, and that’s going to start to shift to the east for the middle […]

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