CLIMATE CHANGE: It's raining literally every single day out here, the Midwest's crops are drowning

In a record amount of rainfall for this spring, compounded by climate change and this year's Solar Minimum, it is raining constantly since mid May. The crops of the Midwest are drowning as a result, as there is too much water for the fields, and thus the farmers can't plant in tune for autumn harvest. In Illinois, there are more than 8 million acres still needing to be planted, compared to only a hundred thousand last year. The deadline has already been reached with no turning back for some, and thus they have to wait until next year to plant.
The video is OC, taken on the Missouri side of the Mississippi River
 

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