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MORNING Midwest Digest, September 10, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about hurricanes and bad weather, a harvest emergency, Husker Harvest Days and the Packer-Bears football game.

When hurricane Florence comes ashore, North Carolina could get 10-15 inches of rain. People in Illinois can relate, after a tropical storm dumped that much rain last week. Several states also had flooding from the storm.

The governor of Illinois has declared a harvest emergency. Farmers can load grain trucks heavier for the rest of the year.

Tomorrow morning, Husker Harvest Days opens. The site is newly renovated and there are paved roads this year. The weather will be great!

Things looked bleak at Lambeau field last night, particularly after Aaron Rogers was injured. He did lead a comeback against the Packers' rival, the Chicago Bears.

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