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Northwest Missouri saw soaking rains in May, but over the past month rain has been minimal at best.
With this lack of moisture, soil conditions has been deteriorating rapidly, and drought conditions are starting to creep back in. Meteorologist with the National Weather Service out of Pleasant Hill, Ryan Cutter, says the heat and dryness is expected with summer, but it is a little abnormally dry.
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