As the growing season comes to a close we are now entering drying season for many. Those classic warm sunny autumn days with very low relative humidity values are of course ideal for lowering the moisture levels of all crops. The rest of this week is not going to provide many opportunities for that classic scenario, instead, cloudy intervals with some bouts of rain. North Dakota is situated between warm air to our south and some very chilly air for the time of year just to our north in Canada. In between will come several disturbances that will bring clouds and moisture and therefore keeping things more damp than dry over the next week.