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The year started out with soils on the dry end of the spectrum over most of Missouri, suggesting easy planting and low potential for N loss. But, as often happens, it turned into a wet spring, starting in southern Missouri in April and spreading northward and westward through May and June.

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BOISE — Idaho’s current drought already has broken an array of records, and while it’s not the driest year ever on record, it’s proving particularly difficult because it started after a normal snow year, catching farmers and other water users unaware.

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A May that was barely colder than normal has been followed by an extremely warm and dry first two weeks of June. Through June 11 southern Wisconsin has had five days with high temperatures of more than 90 degrees; the month has thus far averaged more than 11 degrees warmer than normal.