NEWS
Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Mon Oct 7, 2013 10:39 AM CDT

Monday morning radar focuses on some lingering rain showers over the eastern Great Lakes. This is the last round of activity for the Corn Belt after the blustery and severe weather events of the past weekend. Harvest resumption will be variable however following rain, strong winds and very cool temperatures.

The seven-day precipitation roundup shows that several areas of the Corn Belt had moderate to heavy precipitation last week. Heaviest was in the Ohio Valley with 3-5 inches in southern Indiana, western Kentucky and southern Illinois. That's where delays in harvest and field work will be most extensive. Nebraska--Minnesota--also had ...

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