Here in north-central Kentucky, we've had a good bit of rain scattered out in several "rain events" since last fall. Ground moisture is back to near normal, and we've even been categorized as being excessively wet. Funny thing....We were at that exact same point this time LAST year. Then we had a dry, early spring, hot dry summer, and were considered by some to be the epicenter of the drought in early summer. Just west of us was burnt to a crisp by July.
So...Even with plenty of moisture NOW, I'll wait until next growing season is far enough along to call it good before I uncross my fingers and relax.
Somehow, seeing your crops jump out of the ground and looking like you've got a bin buster in the works, just to watch 'em dry up and fail, it doesn't seem any better than just failing from the get go once everything is said and done.