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More storms, flooding rains parts of the southern, western Corn Belt; intense heat lingers on the southern Plains

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Across the Corn Belt, heavy thunderstorms remain active across previously dry areas in the middle Mississippi Valley.  Meanwhile, warm, dry weather covers the remainder of the Midwest.  On August 1, drought covered 57% of the U.S. corn production area and 51% of the soybeans, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor, down from late-June peaks of 70 and 63%, respectively. 

On the Plains, a heat dome remains parked across Texas, Oklahoma, and southeastern Kansas, where Friday’s maximum temperatures should generally range from 100 to 105°F. 

More storms, flooding rains parts of the southern, western Corn Belt; intense heat lingers on the southern Plains

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