With the exception of parts of southwestern North Dakota, much was the rest of southern North Dakota recorded quite a bit of rain Sunday into Sunday night. Rain totals in the one to two inch range we very common. Any lingering locations that were considered dry likely got more than enough rain to end any drought talk for a while. Although some lighter precipitation amounts may arrive Wednesday into Thursday along and south of Interstate 94, this next two storm looks to be impacting mostly South Dakota into Southern Minnesota where the higher precipitation totals have fallen during the past several months. But even with most of the rain probably missing North Dakota and northern Minnesota this week, it is already wet enough to keep #plant16 shut down for a few days.