Across the Corn Belt, lowland flooding is underway in the upper Midwest, with the highest water levels currently affecting eastern South Dakota and portions of southern Minnesota. However, cold weather is temporarily minimizing additional runoff into swollen creeks and rivers.
Across the Corn Belt, snow is falling across northern areas. Meanwhile, scattered rain showers dot the eastern Corn Belt. Chilly weather prevails, except for lingering warmth in the Ohio Valley.
Across the Corn Belt, precipitation (rain and snow) is developing across northern areas. In the upper Midwest, where some lowland flooding has already developed, additional moisture is not welcome.
A cold front will turn become stationary over central Illinois during Monday. Isolated showers or thunderstorms will be possible Monday morning and again Monday evening near the front.
Across the Corn Belt, mostly dry weather prevails. Lowland flooding continues in the lower Ohio Valley and has developed in the upper Midwest, including the Vermillion River basin in eastern South Dakota.
Across the Corn Belt, dry weather prevails in the upper Midwest. Meanwhile, showery weather is maintaining wet conditions in the eastern Corn Belt, where some lowland flooding continues.
On the Plains, light precipitation is ending across eastern portions of Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. An inch of new snow covers the ground Monday morning in Topeka, Kansas. However, precipitation again largely bypassed drought-stressed pastures and winter wheat on the central and southern High Plains.
Across the Corn Belt, lowland flooding persists in a broad area stretching across the lower Midwest, particularly in the Ohio Valley.