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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst

Tuesday 05/28/13

Some weather comments.
Major variations in the weather patterns over the central US with some excessive wetness in parts of the Midwest and extreme dryness in parts of the southwest Plains.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 11:29AM CDT 05/28/13 by Mike Palmerino | Post a Comment
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Here in S.C Minnesota since April 1, we have had more hours of snow covered white fields than gray fields from drying. Minnesota has 18% of the corn crop still unplanted and most of that is from here to the Mississippi River. A bunch of these acres will probably be headed to prevent plant acres after Friday, May 31. Rain and melted snow since April 1 totals 13.1" of liquid, with the longest stretch of no measurable rain at 6 days. A 10 day mini-drought right now to let us plant some crop would be okay.
Posted by MARK & LEA NOWAK at 7:36AM CDT 05/29/13
Info from KELO TV Weather net Harrisburg, SD (Harrisburg Middle School) Current Temperature75°05/29/13 1:14PM WindS -9Heat Index72° Current Conditions Humidity 91% Pressure 29.93" Dew Point 72° Daily Rain 0" Monthly Rain 19.34"
Posted by Gordon Hagena at 1:27PM CDT 05/29/13
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