It looked like harvest would be in full swing by the end of the week across much of southwest Kansas.
Then came the rains.
Barber, Harper and Comanche Counties when harvest traditionally begins, got more than an inch of rain on Monday and have cloudy skies and high humidity today.
Now, it looks more like next week before things get going again, elevator managers say.
OK Coop in Kiowa had taken in about 100,000 bushels of wheat by Sunday night, but area farmers were starting to run…