Crop and Pasture Conditions Worsen Temperatures continued to soar across Oklahoma: the average temperature for each of the nine climate districts ranged from 85 to 90 degrees, with average highs from 99 to 104.
Rising Temperatures; Only the furthest eastern part of the state received any significant rainfall from the remnants of Isaac this past week. Most of the state was without any measurable rainfall and temperatures rose from the previous week.
Row Crops Emerge in Good condition Planting was nearly complete for peanuts, while soybeans, sorghum and cotton finished for the week at or above 85 percent. The early wheat harvest allowed for double-cropping to progress ahead of normal.