NWS 6-10 Day: Mild Temps Across Bulk of Corn Belt

July 19, 2013 09:46 AM
 

The National Weather Service forecast for July 25 through 29 calls for below-normal temps across the bulk of the Corn Belt, while above-normal temps are expected across eastern Nebraska southward. Normal to above-normal precip is expected across the Corn Belt. The bulk of the corn crop is expected to pollinate the last week of July into early August. This forecast, if realized, signals favorable conditions would could help build yield potential after a stressful first half of July for the crop.

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