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U.S. DROUGHT MONITOR

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Corn is entering a ‘crucial time’ as temps remain high across much of the state.
The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather condition advisory spanning across South Dakota due to unusually high temperatures this week.
North Dakota has finally left severe drought status due to the spring storm events. However, parts of South Dakota are still in extreme drought status and are in need of moisture.
"When we look at midsummer — June, July and August — there is a very strong consensus among the climate models and forecasters that this summer will be a hot one,” SDSU Extension Climate Field Specialist Laura Edwards said.
Mitchell remains nearly an inch below average precipitation levels

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