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Standardized Vegetation Index for 1994

May, 1994 June, 1994 July, 1994
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August, 1994 September, 1994 October, 1994
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Prevailing climatic conditions during 1994 - May through October

Across the Corn Belt, the nation's hottest June weather preceded crop production by a few weeks. Before month's end, favorably cooler, wetter conditions arrived in the Midwest. Heavy rain across the Southeast erased the lingering effects of last summer's drought. In July, tropical storm caused record flooding in central and southwestern Georgia. In August, an eastward shift in weather features cooled the Northwest and prematurely ended summer along the east coast. Cool weather persisted in the Midwest in July and August, but the hot summer wore on in the Southwest.