Dry July for Parts of Northern Michigan

The National Weather Service says parts of northern Michigan are way behind on rainfall. Traverse City had just under an inch last month and some areas north of M-72, especially along the M-32 corridor, had it even worse. The owner of a farm in Gaylord says the damage to his crop is already done. He says the corn last year was twice as tall with large cobs full of kernels. The area saw less than a half inch or rainfall in July, the driest on record. The National Weather Service says it expects the Gaylord area to stay relatively dry for the next couple weeks. 9 and 10's Kyle Mitchell and Photojournalist Derek MacIntyre have more on the dry July in parts of northern Michigan.