A well documented period of cooler than normal temperatures has taken over the Central and Eastern United states over the past week or two, especially from an anomaly standpoint. Many regions east of the Central and Southern Plains have observed temperatures 2 to 3 degrees below average over multiple days, which obviously leads to impacts both in terms of energy and crop. While precipitation patterns have been a bit more sporadic, the temperature forecast of near or below normal has been fairly consistent.
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