More rain expected for the Midwest in near-term

More rain expected for the Midwest in near-term

An ag meteorologist says don’t expect a weeklong stretch of dry weather for planting until the end of May or early June in the Midwest.

Drew Lerner with World Weather Incorporated says a ridge of high pressure will develop over the next week, which could lower the chances of rain. Until then he says “there will be 1 to 2 inches of rain easily across the western Corn Belt, west of the Mississippi River out into part of the Plains.

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