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India/Pakistan Winter Wheat 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. 
    Drier weather will benefit maturing wheat and the increasing harvest in the 
southern plains. 
    Drier weather benefits maturing wheat and the early harvest in the 
southeast Midwest. The harvest is ongoing in the Delta states. 
    More rain would benefit developing spring wheat in the northern Plains. 
    Winter wheat in north and central Europe ranges from reproductive to 
filling at this time and is reported to be in fair to good condition. Reports 
suggest that winter wheat is in filling to maturing growth stages in southern 
Europe. Wheat is in good to excellent condition in eastern Europe. 
    Winter wheat in Ukraine ranges from flowering to filling at this time and 
is in excellent condition in the south and east and somewhat more variable in 
north-central and west areas. Wheat in west and south Russia ranges from 
flowering to filling and is in good to excellent condition at this time. 
   Showers in the Newlands region of Russia and Kazakh favors emergence and 
early development of recently planted spring wheat. 
   Winter wheat in east-central China ranges from maturation to harvest at this 
time. Recent rains may have been somewhat unfavorable but it has turned drier 
and warmer again at this time. 
   Wheat planting in Australia normally takes place during May and June. A 
recent drier period as set up over most wheat areas in Australia. Dryness is 
already of concern in northeast and west growing areas due to less overall soil 
moisture. Dryness may be of increasing concern for more areas unless rain 
arrives soon. 
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June 11, 2017 18:10 ET (22:10 GMT)
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