NWS 6-10 Day Signals Better Planting Conditions for Western Corn Belt

April 22, 2013 09:50 AM
 

 

The National Weather Service forecast for April 28 to May 2 calls for above-normal temps across Nebraska and Kansas westward, as well as across Ohio. But the remainder of the Corn Belt is expected to see normal temps and below-normal temps are expected in the far northern Plains. Meanwhile, drier conditions in Nebraska and Kansas are expected, with above-normal precip expected in much of Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan and Ohio. The central Corn Belt is expected to see normal precip.

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