Meteorologists say springs are generally becoming wetter and summers are becoming drier.
Most of central Indiana needs a half foot of rainfall just to get back to normal - or around a foot of rain in some places to erase the deficit for the year.
This could be the driest season since the dust bowl conditions of the 1930’s
The warm spring, spring frost and dry summer are taking a toll on Indiana farmers.
Corn is taking a hit early this summer as temperatures have risen to the mid-90s on some days.
Most of Central and Southern Indiana continues to be under a “Red Flag Warning” for fire risk.
Farmers say plants are showing signs of distress with wilted and rolled leaves after a summer that has left Indiana "abnormally" dry.