Dry US Winter Wheat and Corn Areas Receive Beneficial Rain
Conditions in the United States heartland have suddenly turned stormy, ending a 60-day stretch of intense drought. Winter wheat in western Kansas and west Texas received .25 - .50 inch of precipitation Friday with a storm that moved northeast, spreading moisture into dry Midwest farms. Corn states Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin received heavier rain .50 to 1 inch. Moisture soaked into thirsty fields, not yet frozen due to unseasonably warm December weather... subscribers continue to full story...