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A very active and much colder weather pattern in recent weeks put the freeze on fieldwork in Illinois. The temperature across the state averaged a bone-chilling 36.6 degrees in the second week of the month, 7 degrees below normal while nearly an inch of precipitation covered the state, including 1 to 3 inches of snow. The weather challenges have left 6 percent of soybeans, 4 percent of corn and 8 percent of sorghum left in the fields. (

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