In a growing season that's already included so many extremes, meteorologist says the wild ride could continue into harvest.
Moderate temperatures and rain chances could stick around through the middle of July before a hotter, drier pattern returns to Illinois.
As extreme conditions hit other parts of the country, meteorologist says heat and storms will steer clear of Illinois for now.
Meteorologist predicts rain possibility later this week, cooler temperatures next week.
Market rallies on hot, dry weather forecast.
Late-planted crops might have trouble establishing in dry topsoil.
National Weather Service's June outlook calls for an increased chance of below-normal temperatures in Illinois and dry conditions the next two weeks.