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Snow storm in rural AmericaMuch of the U.S. Corn Belt woke up to an early blast of winter air and snow cover this week, marking an early start to winter weather. Temperatures fell, though not excessively, as far south as the Gulf. Cold temperatures should remain, supported by pushes of arctic air through this weekend. However, more moderate temperatures should prevail over Thanksgiving week.

Winter precipitation is a welcome sight for many areas finished with harvest and needing moisture ahead of the 2023 planting season. Looking ahead, above-normal temperatures could round out November and into the start of December, offering a mirror effect from what growers saw at the end of October and into November.

Read more on the upcoming weather forecast here.


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