Weather Report (Nov 14th)
This week, while colder-than-normal weather arrives across the Northern Plains and West, warmer-than-normal weather will prevail in the South and East. Throughout the area of winter wheat production, the growth of some late season’s wheat will benefit from the mild weather. In the Corn Belt, there is a little bit rain from Iowa to Ohio. Significant amounts of the corn and most of the soybeans remain in the field in the eastern Corn Belt. Meanwhile, in the eastern Corn Belt, a big storm might be happen, which means that it will be tougher to get fieldwork done in this region during the next two weeks.
In the Northeast of U.S, showers lead to a cold front and there are a few rumbles of thunder accompanying with raining. Later on, there will be rain moving in from the Ohio Valley over southern Pennsylvania, south Jersey and the southern Mid-Atlantic. Meanwhile, heaviest rain will target northern Arkansas and northwest Tennessee.
Moreover, rain will continue in the Midwest and then the winds will occur in the Plains as colder air arrives. At the end of this week, temperatures will begin to rebound across the South and East, whilst some very cold air will arrive across the northern Plains and the West.
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