Judging by the latest Kentucky Crop Progress and Condition Report, favorable weather conditions last week led to corn and bean harvest progress increasing by 9 and 10%, respectively. However, we’re still running behind the five-year averages at this time of year. Unfortunately, progress this week may be hard to find. Following a wet start to the work week, we are dry and chilly on Tuesday. Highs today will be in the mid-50s to low 60s, slightly below normal for this time of year. Tonight, lows are expected to dip into the mid to upper 30s across much of Kentucky (Western Kentucky should stay in the 40s), bringing the possibility of patchy frost (National Weather Service forecast lows below). As I mentioned in the Ag Weather Update last week, this is the time of year when we typically see our first freeze of the fall season.