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Monday, June 17, 2024

There are reports of fields being to wet across north central Iowa. Heavy rainfall occurred over northwest Iowa last night and more heavy rain potential exists this week for a large area extending over the northwest cornbelt states. This is particularly true for Minnesota, South Dakota, eastern Nebraska and northwestern and north central Iowa. It is not funny, but some fields are "goona need a bigger boat". Meanwhile much dryer conditions persists in some ares of western and northern Illinois. The prospect for Illinois this week is more heat with highs in the low to mid 90s early this week with little rainfall. The 6-10 day forecast shows a better chance of rain in parts of western and Illinois, but not everyone will receive a significant rain.