Heavy rains fell across most of the state last week, hindering planting progress and affecting crop conditions.
Statewide, total precipitation averaged 3.70 inches, with some regions receiving close to 4.5 inches. With excessive rains causing flooding across the state, many fields are likely to require replanting.
Localized severe weather caused damage to buildings and trees in various locations, while dumping several inches of rain.
Temperatures across the state averaged 69 degrees for the week, 1.7 degrees above normal.
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