Adam Allington en 'Flash Drought' Threatens To Destroy Mo. Crops Transcript <p>MELISSA BLOCK, HOST: <p>This is ALL THINGS CONSIDERED from NPR News. I'm Melissa Block. Climatologists call it a flash drought - a sudden, unexpected burst of high temperatures and low humidity. It can wither crops in a matter of days and it's happening in many parts of the Midwest. With temperatures hovering above 90 degrees, farmers worry the weather could have disastrous consequences on corn and other crops.<p>From St. Mon, 28 May 2012 20:12:00 +0000 Adam Allington 5692 at