April 17, 2014

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By JIM LANGHAM

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The latest news from the Ohio State University Extension is that weather patterns that have been persistently wet and cool could start making some significant change next week.

After another dismal start this week, the OSU Agronomics Crop Network is predicting temperatures averaging five to 10 degrees above normal for the period of May 22-28 and a large dome of high pressure that could shift the heaviest rains into the western corn and soybean belt.

 

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