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During a time when Shelby County farmers are normally fighting a drought, they are now fighting severe storm damage and too much water.
Storms swept through the region early Saturday morning and again Saturday evening, dropping a total of about 3.5 inches of rain and leaving several farmers from Eminence to Southville with crops heavily damaged by wind and hail.
Rain fell again Monday night and Tuesday morning, dropping about another inch on the county and leaving low-lying fields in dangers of flooding.
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