The weather has opened up the last few days in order to help double-crop soybean harvest to advance. As of Monday evening, Nov. 11, light rain showers were moving in and bringing double-crop soybean harvest to a halt.

Hopefully, the weather the remainder of the week will become sunny enough to resume harvest activities. It’s hard to believe after Monday’s mild temperatures that snow flurries are in the forecast. On damp days, corn harvest makes progress, and acres left are becoming less and less.

The deer are moving with the cold mornings we experienced the past week, causing local hunters to think about deer season and motorists to be more cautious. Be safe as you wind down harvest and perform post-harvest activities.