State could see multiple showers over the next week.
Just in time for parched crops, ag meteorologist predicts lower temps, more rainfall chances.
Illinois farmers hope their crops are far enough along that moisture shortages won't affect yields.
State climatologist says temps could reach back into the 90s later this week.
Despite lack of rainfall, lower-than-average temperatures to minimize crop, livestock stress.
Pattern suggests hottest temperatures are in the past for Illinois.