The Weather Front On-Line

Favorable weather across the Midwest...

Across the Corn Belt, Midwestern corn and soybeans continue to benefit from favorable temperatures and abundant soil moisture.


More heavy rain, storms ahead...

Another heavy rainfall event is possible for central Illinois late Monday night through Tuesday night.


Early-season heat across the southern U.S.


Warm, rather active pattern...

In the wake of yesterday’s outbreaks of showers and thunderstorms, weak high pressure takes hold today.  A dry day is expected, with temperatures at early Summer-like levels on this first day of June, the start of meteorological summer.


Rainfall potential on Memorial Day...


A warm, dry start to the Holiday Weekend...


A slight cool-off for the Midwest...

Cool weather will persist through week’s end in the West Coast States, but temperatures will rebound to above-normal levels by early next week. Meanwhile, a warm weather pattern across the Plains and much of the Midwest will be replaced by slightly cooler conditions.


Summer-like warmth across the Corn Belt...

Across the Corn Belt, scattered showers and thunderstorms are grazing the far western areas of the region. Across the remainder of the Midwest, very warm, mostly dry weather favors planting activities and corn and soybean emergence and development.


A major pattern shift ahead...

A major weather pattern change for the Midwest will take place during the next few days.


Cool, wet pattern in position, for now...

A slow-moving storm system will drift from the central and southern Plains into the Great Lakes region by week’s end. Rainfall near the path of the storm could total 1 to 4 inches.


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