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India Soybeans Weather - Jun 11

11 Jun 2017 10:10 pm
Pakistan, North India and Bangladesh 
Highlights: Scattered light to moderate showers and thundershowers through 
southeast and east areas during the weekend period. A few light showers with 
locally heavier in eastern Pakistan and the western portion of north India 
during this time. Little between these two areas. Temperatures variable across 
the region. 
 Days 1-3: Heavier rains may occur during this period from southern West Bengal 
into Bangladesh and far east India, associated with the development of seasonal 
rains. Elsewhere in the region fair skies with a few afternoon or evening 
thundershowers possible in low coverage. Temperatures somewhat hotter central 
and west, somewhat cooler east. 
 Days 4-5: Scattered showers and thundershowers favoring north-central and 
eastern areas during this period. Isolated to widely scattered showers 
otherwise. Tempertaures average near to below normal. 
Gujarat Region and West Madhya Pradesh India 
Highlights: Light showers with locally heavier, favoring southern and some 
central areas, during the weekend period. Temperatures near to slightly below 
  Days 1-3: Chance for scattered to widely scattered showers and thundershowers 
during this period, possibly favoring Gujarat and southern areas of West Madhya 
Pradesh. Temperatures average near to below normal. 
 Days 4-5: Scattered showers and thundershowers may cover much of the region 
during this period. Temperatures average near to below normal. 
     Warmer, drier in the Midwest improves conditions for developing soybeans. 
Most of the remaining planting is in the east. 
    More rain would benefit developing soybeans in the northern Plains. 
    Favorable weather for developing soybeans in the Delta states. 
    Mostly favorable harvest weather in central Argentina. 
    Planting of soybeans in China would typically begin during May and continue 
during June. Key growing areas of China's northeast soybean belt have favorable 
conditions for planting and early development, except it may be too dry in 
western areas at this time. 
    Planting of India's soybean crop would normally begin later in June as the 
Monsoon rainy season reaches into the area. Early planting may begin as showers 
have recently reached the soybean belt in India. 
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