National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Fall is in the air, with seasonal temperatures through Wednesday warming late in the week. Clear skies and light winds Tuesday night/early Wednesday may allow for areas of frost, mainly in areas east of I-29. Otherwise look for breezy and dry conditions most days, resulting in elevated fire danger, especially in areas with drying grasses and crops.
Drying grasses and crops, along with continued lack of rainfall and breezy conditions, will present multiple opportunities for near critical to critical fire weather conditions over the week ahead. Please use caution if you're heading out into the fields for harvest.
Clear skies and light winds Tuesday night may allow temperatures to fall into the mid 30s in areas near/east of I-29. These conditions could allow areas of frost to develop, so plan now to protect any sensitive outdoor vegetation.