Hey, this is really neat. We three being in IL, IN, and OH. We need some good light rain now. Crazy all that rain now in need for the most part.With the ground temps in the 70's, if planted now, if planted right before a nice 1/2" rain, or even you watering it in, you'll likely see it spiking out of the ground in 3-4 days, where it normally takes 7-10 days in cooler soil. I planted some Silver King, approx. 75 day white corn,and Roma II bush beans several years ago on July 1, right before a nice soaking 1/2" rain, and had corn in tassel, and beans blooming in 30 days. Started picking both, 3 weeks later.
Except for cole crops, and a few cool weather vegetables, like peas, etc., other items such as sweet corn, beans, and tomatoes, won't do well until ground temps warm up to in the 70º range. I rarely plant anything here in Central Ohio until Memorial Day, unless we've had an unusually warm Spring. Frost date here is May 15, and we've had 2 killing frost's the 3rd week of May, in the last 4 years.