The intense heat has local farmers worried about their corn crops.
Richard Nottingham, a University of Maryland Extension agent in Somerset County, told the Salisbury Daily Times that the leaves are beginning to curl under the hot sun.
With temperatures above 95 degrees the pollen could be killed off.
Nottingham said most of the local crops are within two weeks of reaching the critical stage of tasseling which needs moisture.
Rainfall has been spotty in recent weeks with Princess Anne getting around three-tenths of an inch during a thunderstorm last week.
Julie Oberg with the Maryland Department of Agriculture says that farmers elsewhere are reporting similar conditions.