MISSOURI — Much of the Midwest is still recovering from the historic flooding that took place in March, but the rain is not done yet.
According to a forecast from the Data Transmission Network (DTN), much of the region is predicted to recieve more rain following a brief dry period.
Tuesday marks the second day of a three day dry spell, but that does not mean that producers can get back to work immediately.
Many crop fields remain too saturated to plant, even with drier conditions.
Forecast data from DTN indicates that below-normal temperatures will also prove a challenge for the crops that are planted.
Once the rain arrives, producers will have a difficult time working in the field due high water and muddy conditions.
Northern states will face similar conditions, while Southern states are set to have an extended warming period.
To learn more about the forecast, visit the DTN Progressive Farmer website.