Spring planting season is a busy time for farmers, but with the constant rain and storms in the Midwest and Eastern portions of the nation, compiled with a continuing drought in the West, this season is downright chaotic.
We asked our Facebook follower’s how much rain fell in their area, as you can see, it ranges widely.
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"Summer & drought came early to Central California. Only 2" since lat October."—Kevin Lehar
"We have had 5 inches since Sunday in NW Missouri!!! Just as the crops are all in so we are SO thankful!!! Praying this year isn't a horrible drought like last year...."—Kim Drydale
"0" since Friday. North east South Dakota."—August Wieser
".5 inch in central WI the past 3 days. Lucky"—Cory Holig
"Northeast Nebraska 2 in. in the past 3 days"—Michael Krause
"We are waiting for rain still, Welch, TX"—Bralie Hendon
"Up to 9" by Storm Lake, IA"—Joe Winchell
"Some parts of Bryan/College Station, TX area have had 9-10" in the last couple weeks."—Lee W Goehring
"3 over the weekend and 1 this morning in west central Illinois."—Patrick King
See USDA’s averages for precipitation in your area.