A University of Kentucky meteorologist says farm conditions have improved dramatically in western Kentucky after steady rainfall last week.
Tom Priddy calls the three to five inches of rain significant, adding that it's almost two months worth of moisture.
Priddy says he's never seen so much improvement so quickly.
But he also says the relief is temporary if the region returns to the dry pattern it experienced in the late summer and early autumn.
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