Threatening Forecast for Continuing Drought in Midwest

July 6, 2012

Strong cooling is projected in Midwest corn and soybean growing areas,  but stable high pressure would block heavy rainfall which instead would drench the Mid South and Ohio Valley.

A massive heat dome is dominating the United States. Temperatures July 4 were above 100 F (37.7 C) over a large segment of the Midwest.

Temperature records are being set, Chicago yesterday recording a high of 103 F.   Normal is low 80s F.  The heat wave last week caused temperatures from 6 to 8 degrees F above average and seriously damaging corn and soybeans... subscribers continue to full story...


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