Severe weather delayed corn and soybean harvest throughout the state last week.
Significant storm activity on Sunday brought high winds and tornadoes to several counties. While minimal damage was reported in the Southwest, several farmers lost equipment, buildings and homes in the Eastern part of the state.
Wind and rain pushed down standing corn and could make final harvest difficult.
Statewide, precipitation averaged 0.39 inches, which is 0.27 inches below normal. Temperatures averaged 40.7 degrees, which is 0.6 degrees below normal.
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