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Cooler temperatures may be on their way, while the drought pushes forward

As the region heads into August, the region can expect some cooler temperatures, with little chance of rain.

As the region heads into August, the region can expect some cooler temperatures, with little chance of rain. Meteorologist Andrew Whitmeyer gives this week's agriweather forecast on AgweekTV .

Emily grew up on a small grains and goat farm in southern Ohio. After graduating from The Ohio State University, she moved to Fargo, North Dakota to pursue a career in ag journalism with Agweek. She enjoys reporting on livestock and local agricultural businesses.
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