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Wet spring may keep the heat from building into the northern Plains

Rather than a hot, dry summer, StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says the excessively wet spring in the northern Plains — and North Dakota in particular — may mean the region will end up with a warm, wet beginning of summer. Wheeler's agriweather forecast discusses the impact of all the moisture on the continuing weather pattern.

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Rather than a hot, dry summer, StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says the excessively wet spring in the northern Plains — and North Dakota in particular — may mean the region will end up with a warm, wet beginning of summer. Wheeler's agriweather forecast discusses the impact of all the moisture on the continuing weather pattern.

See past editions of the agriweather forecast on AgweekTV
It's "high summer" now, StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says. And that means you can expect regular heat, thunderstorms and irregular rainfall. This week's AgweekTV agriweather forecast for the next two weeks holds true to that summer pattern.
The heat wave in the northern Plains won't last much beyond this weekend, but it likely will stay warm, with thunderstorms likely scattered in the region, StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says on this week's agriweather forecast on AgweekTV.
On this week's agriweather forecast on AgweekTV, StormTRACKER meteorologist Jared Piepenburg said warmer temperatures will be moving into the region later this month, with some places likely to see the first 90-plus degree temperatures in the next two weeks.
Cool temperatures appear to be here to stay for June, with precipitation forecast to be about normal, StormTRACKER meteorologist Jared Piepenburg says on this week's AgweekTV agriweather forecast.
StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler says some favorable planting weather finally has arrived, and warm weather is coming. But don't be surprised if the northern Plains still sees some showers, he says on his agriweather forecast.
StormTRACKER meteorologist John Wheeler explains how the current pattern of seasonally warm days followed by rain is likely to continue for the time being on this week's AgweekTV agriweather forecast.

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