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Daily rain for the East Coast, heat hanging over Michigan

Above-average temperatures continue in Michigan with highs in the upper 80s and lows in the low 70s. These temperatures are approximate 10 degrees above normal for both the high and low. By the time the heat breaks they will have experience over 10 consecutive days of above-average temperatures. weat

These warmer temps will continue through at least Friday. On Saturday, July 6 things will finally begin to cool with highs dropping into the low 80s and lows around 60. Next week temps will remain at the adjusted lower range.

DAILY RAINS COMING TO EAST COAST
Starting tomorrow, expect daily rain in all growing regions up and down the Eastern Coast. Rain totals will range any from 0.15 inches up to 0.5 inches daily. This rain will last through at least Sunday in all regions and will continue until Tuesday of next week in specific areas.

CALIFORNIA'S SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY ON THE COOL SIDE
Although one would not usually think 95 is on the cool side, these high temps are about eight degrees below normal for summer in California's San Joaquin Valley. The minimum temps for the next four days will be in the mid-60s. This is about 10 degrees below normal for July.

Temps will begin to warm starting Saturday will max temps topping 101 and min temps in the mid-70s. Look for production to pick up early next week on all commodities coming from this region.

HEAT WAVE COMING TO THE NORTHWEST NEXT WEEK
Today and tomorrow will be on the cool side for the states of Oregon and Washington with max temps in the low 80s and min temps in the mid- to high 50s.

Starting July 4th, temps will begin to warm with highs reaching into the upper 80s and lows in the mid-60s. Come next Wednesday, July 10 things will change as the high temps will reach into the mid-90s.

The Weathermelon app offers consolidated lists of global growing regions for each commodity; a 10-day detail forecast for each region; current radar maps (U.S. only); estimated harvest start/end dates for each commodity; monthly average high/low temps for each region; and custom daily alerts for temperature, precipitation and severe weather based on 10-day forecasts.

(David Robidoux is a co-founder Weathermelon)