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Heat & storms on parts of Plains, another dry day across the Midwest Corn Belt

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Across the Corn Belt, dry weather prevails, except in westernmost corn and soybean production areas from the Dakotas southward.  By June 18, topsoil moisture was rated more than one-half very short to short in all Midwestern States, except Ohio and North Dakota, led by Michigan (89%) and Illinois (87%).  On the same date, Michigan also led the U.S. in very poor to poor ratings for corn (28%) and soybeans (32%). 

On the Plains, record-breaking heat across much of Texas and portions of neighboring states is severely stressing summer crops entering reproduction. 

Heat & storms on parts of Plains, another dry day across the Midwest Corn Belt

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