Average High Temperatures for April 4th

Temperatures are about 70 degrees or better in the far south where planting has already begun.

 Temperatures in the 60s from Kansas, Missouri, even southern Illinois which would be normal in the far southern portions of the belt. This is the area that would like to be planting right now if the soil conditions would allow.

Average high temperatures still in the 50s for much of Iowa and northern Illinois, even southern Minnesota and South Dakota, they’ll have to wait until mid to late April to get started with planting in the north.