Iowans have experienced a range of weather conditions that cover most bases so far in 2007. If you want an excessively wet spring followed by a remarkably dry June and early July--try southwest Iowa. So you say you want a dry spring coupled with excessive rainfall in mid-season? Then east-central Iowa might be your cup of tea. And if you want dry followed by more dry--northwest Iowa can offer that. The rest of the state falls somewhere in the great in-between.
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