The National Weather Service (NWS) forecast for June 5-9 calls for a large area of above-normal precip over Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, eastern Kansas, eastern Nebraska the southern half of Minnesota, Wisconsin and northwestern Indiana. The far eastern and far western edges of the Corn Belt are expected to see normal precip during the period.
The temp outlook is varied, with below normal readings likely across the Dakotas, Nebraska, Kansas, far northwestern Missouri, the western half of Iowa and all but far eastern Minnesota. Normal temps are forecast for eastern Iowa, most of Missouri, Illinois Wisconsin and far western Indiana. Above-normal temps are expected to be seen across the eastern two-thirds of Indiana and Ohio.