State climatologist says fields throughout the state have benefitted from a deep moisture refill, providing a 'nice cushion' at the start of planting season.
Meteorologist says warmer temperatures are on their way to Illinois. Find out when he expects them to arrive.
More cold, wet weather in the Midwest could affect acreage decisions, according to market analyst.
Start to April has been historically cool throughout the Midwest, and after a brief warmup, those conditions could return.
Lack of fieldwork not ideal, but there's still plenty of time, says Extension educator.
More snow is possible in Illinois as meteorologist expects cool, wet conditions to persist.