In the past few years we have often had some very warm temperatures in late August as school was beginning in North Dakota. This year, that is looking to be unlikely, in fact, the exact opposite may be occurring. Instead of temperatures well above average to finish off the month, we may be recording temperatures noticeably below average. This weekend, high temperatures will only be in the 60s to around 70s degrees and morning lows dropping into the 40s in some areas. After a brief warm up Monday and Tuesday, next week looks to be turning chilly was again. These cooler temperatures will not only impact our area, but much of the corn and soybean belts of the United States as well.