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An increasingly active pattern that develops in parts of Heartland

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An increasingly active pattern that develops in parts of Heartland

A strong cold front extends across the Corn Belt from the top of the Great Lakes region to the bottom of the Missouri Valley, before which there is a shower and a thunderstorm. Rain has slowed the recent rapid progress of corn and soybean planting activities. Warmth remains in the eastern part of the Corn Belt, with high temperatures on Fridays ranging from 85 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. On the other hand, in the upper part of the Midwest, the cool weather is suddenly coming.

In the plains, heat remains throughout Texas, and Friday’s high temperatures reach over 100 degrees Fahrenheit again in many places. Meanwhile, extremely cold air spreads over the northern plateau, with high temperatures below 50 ° F. Rain and snow showers are occurring in parts of Montana and northern North Dakota this morning.

In the south, heavy local showers and thunderstorms occur in parts of the Florida Peninsula. In the rest of the region, hot, almost dry weather reduces topsoil moisture. However, early heat also promotes summer crop development, especially in areas where sufficient soil moisture is stored.

In the west, warmth is limited to the southern layers of the region, from Southern California to the southern Rocky Mountains. New Mexico is the largest wildfire in modern history, the 303,000 acres of Calf Canyon / Hermitz Peak Fire near Las Vegas, and Truth or Results. Cool weather covers the rest of the western United States, leaving rain and snow showers in the northern and central parts of the Rocky Mountains. In addition, freezes were reported on Friday morning in several areas, including parts of the Snake River Plain in Idaho and central and northern Oregon east of the Cascade Range.



An increasingly active pattern that develops in parts of Heartland

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