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Bryce Anderson DTN Ag Meteorologist and DTN Analyst
Mon Aug 17, 2015 02:28 PM CDT

NOAA's Climate Forecast System (CFS) model did a good job in outlining heavy rain potential for the western Corn Belt during the first half of August. It continues to show that trend for September. The forecast precipitation graphic displayed shows the mean -- or average -- precipitation forecast of the CFS ensemble.

The mean forecast presentation is a pretty soggy one for the western and northern Corn Belt -- with totals for September of 4 to 4 inches. If that verifies, it's likely going to put the brakes on early harvest efforts, and cause some delays in corn and soybean ...

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