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Newlands FSU Wheat Weather - Jun 27

27 Jun 2018 5:05 am
 
Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus 
 
Highlights: Sprinkles and light showers northwest, isolated showers extreme 
west and extreme southeast. Little elsewhere in the region. Temperatures 
averaged below normal west, near normal east, yesterday. 
 
Forecast: 
 Days 1-3: A few light showers may occur in east and west Ukraine today. 
Episodes of light to moderate showers and thundershowers tomorrow and Thursday 
for central and southwest areas of Ukraine and Moldova. A few light showers 
with locally heavier elsewhere in the region during this time. Temperatures 
average below normal west, near normal east, today. Warmer tomorrow and 
Thursday, especially through eastern Ukraine. 
 
 Days 4-6: Light to moderate showers and thunderstorms through southwest and 
central areas Friday into Saturday. Scattered to widely scattered showers in 
the east during this time. Drier during Sunday. Temperatures above normal east, 
cooler west, Friday. Cooler weather pushes east during the weekend. 
 
West and South Russia (Central Region, Black Soils region, Volga valley, 
Southern Russia...(SR=Rostov Oblast, Krasnodar Krai, Stravropol Krai, Northern 
Caucasus). 
 
Highlights: Mostly dry during the past 24 hours. Temperatures averaged above 
normal south and east areas yesterday, near to below normal northwest and 
central areas. 
 
Forecast 
 Days 1-3: Dry or with only a few light showers with isolated heavier during 
this period, favoring east and south areas. Temperatures above to well above 
normal south and east areas during this period, somewhat more variable 
northwest locations. Highs in Krasnodar Krai should range from 93 to 99F 
through Friday. 
 
 Days 4-6: Light to moderate showers and thundershowers through the Black Soils 
Region and the Central Region Friday or Saturday. A few light showers with 
locally heavier elsewhere in the region during this time. Drier again Sunday. 
Temperatures above to well above normal south and east Friday, cooler Saturday 
and Sunday. 
 
Urals and Siberia Russia and north Kazakh (Spring Wheat) 
 
Highlights: Scattered light showers favoring northeast Kazakh and southern 
Siberia during the past 24 hours. Temperatures averaged above normal west and 
far east areas, near to below normal central locations. 
 
Forecast 
 Days 1-3: Scattered showers favoring northern Kazakh, southwestern Siberia and 
the northern Urals region during this period. Little elsewhere in the region. 
Temperatures average near to below normal northern Kazakh and southwestern 
Siberia, above normal elsewhere in the region. 
 
 Days 4-6: Showers favoring northeast Kazakh and southern east Siberia during 
this period. Cooler in the east and southeast areas, warmer elsewhere in the 
region. 
 
WORLD WHEAT PROSPECTS 
 
    Some disruptions to the wheat harvest in the southern plains at this time.. 
    Favorable conditions for developing spring wheat in the northern plains. 
    Scattered showers and a variable temperature pattern mostly favors 
developing wheat in the Prairies, however some locations are still too dry 
while some are very wet. 
    Prospects for winter wheat in Ukraine and south Russia remains good but has 
declined from earlier in the spring due to well above normal temperatures and 
well below normal rainfall. Spring wheat areas from the Volga valley through 
Siberia and northern Kazakh continue behind normal due to early season wet and 
cool conditions. Planting of spring wheat in Siberia may not be completed due 
to the lateness of the season. 
    Mostly favorable conditions for filling to maturing winter wheat in Europe 
at this time. A turn to hot, dry weather in Spain and Portugal will favor the 
harvest. Dryness during the spring has likely impacted winter wheat prospects 
in north-central and northeast Europe and Scandinavia. Dryness may also impact 
spring wheat in these locations. 
    Prior drier, warm to hot weather across the North China Plain favored 
mature winter wheat and harvesting. However, early this week thunderstorms hit 
some wheat areas...likely impacting the harvest. 
    A continued below normal rainfall pattern in northern New South Wales and 
southern Queensland increases the risk to winter wheat in the region. The 
forecast does include the chance for needed rain to occur early this week but 
if this chance fails there does not appear to be another chance on the horizon. 
Rain is also needed in West and southeast Australia but these areas have had 
some moisture recently and should be doing ok at the moment. 
 
 
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June 27, 2018 01:05 ET (05:05 GMT)
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