The Rochester region could get a splash of rain, possibly the most significant rainfall in a month.
Area farmers are praying the rain comes to help salvage crops, but they are hoping it's not too much.
One of those farmers is Scott Page.
He left a career in finance to go back to his family farm in LeRoy.
"Keeps you in better shape I can tell you that. You do it because you love it," said Scott Page, farmer.
There are three generations but Pagen Farm is more than just a living.
"It's everything we have generations of family members who put their lives into this operation," said Page.
The harvest for hundreds of dairy cows is not so plentiful.
"At this point just have to have faith that you will get rain," said Page. "Normally this corn in a good year the tassels would be above my head. We have already had a 50-percent cut."
Little rain caused drought over much of 2-thousand acres of crops.
But farmers are looking toward the night sky to bring rain.
"An inch of nice gentle rain all night long would be a beautiful thing," said Page.
Page just hopes it's not too much.
"If we get two inches of rain we are going to have flooding," said Page.
That could further devastate crops. So Page is tuned in.
"Our phones have weather, we watch the news at night. So we are constantly trying to figure out which weatherman to listen to," said Page.
But there's one thing every good farmer knows --
"You can't predict Mother Nature it's like telling God what to do," said Page.
Page said if the rain doesn't come, he will have to decide in the next week whether to cut what crop he has left to salvage it for his feed.