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Hurricane Michael dislodged wet weather pattern plaguing Midwest

Hurricane Michael. Source: NASA

To say this harvest season has been challenging, might just be the understatement of the year. From farmers in the Western Corn Belt dealing with rain and snow to the Southeast getting hammered by Hurricane Michael, Mother Nature has been pummeling farmers like she’s Ivan Drago in “Rocky 4”. Now, there might just be some relief in sight.

DTN Meteorologist Bryce Anderson says the wet areas of the Midwest should stay dry for the next week to ten days, but it will remain cool.

Anderson says we were trapped in a strong and wet weather pattern.

If there can be any good coming from the devastation of Hurricane Michael, it is the storm dislodged the system plaguing the Midwest.

 

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