ST. LOUIS — Recent rainfall came too late to help the nation's withered corn crop already being harvested in many parts, but it kept drought conditions from worsening in several key Midwest and Great Plains states and should help other crops still maturing in the fields.
Rain eases drought as Midwest corn harvest unfolds
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