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U.S. Midwest Soybeans Weather - Aug 19

19 Aug 2017 6:45 am
Midwest corn, soybean and winter wheat highlights 
West: A few light showers favoring north and west areas yesterday or last 
night. Temperatures averaged near to below normal yesterday. 
East: Light to moderate showers with locally heavier occurred through eastern 
Indiana, Ohio and southeast Michigan during the past 24 hours. Very light 
showers in western Indiana, southwest Michigan and Wisconsin. Little elsewhere 
in the region. Temperatures averaged near to mostly above normal. 
Midwest Corn, Soybeans and Winter Wheat Forecast 
West: A few light showers with locally heavier moved across the region today. 
Dry or with only a few light showers Saturday. Chance for scattered showers and 
thundershowers north, fair south, Sunday or Sunday night. Temperatures average 
near to above normal today, above normal Saturday and Sunday. 
   Episodes of scattered moderate to locally heavy showers and thundershowers 
Monday through early Tuesday. Rainfall may be heaviest through northern and 
eastern areas. Drier later Tuesday. Mostly dry Wednesday. Temperatures average 
above normal Monday, near to above normal Tuesday, near normal Wednesday. 
East: Mostly dry during the daytime hours today. Light to locally moderate 
showers tonight or during Saturday will tend to favor north and central Indiana 
and Ohio. Drier again during Sunday. Temperatures average near to above normal 
today and Saturday, above normal Sunday. 
   Moderate to heavy showers and thunderstorms appear likely from northern 
Illinois through Wisconsin and Michigan during later Monday or during Tuesday. 
The balance of the region will see light to moderate thundershowers with 
locally heavier mostly occurring during Tuesday. Drier again Wednesday. 
Temperatures average above normal Monday, near to above normal Tuesday, below 
normal Wednesday. 
6 to 10 day outlook...Temperatures are expected to average near normal west and 
below normal east early in the outlook period, near to above normal later in 
the period. Rainfall should average near to above normal west, near to below 
normal east. 
    Widespread rain followed by warm temperatures will favor filling soybeans 
through the western Midwest region, except in areas of local flooding and in 
portions of Iowa that missed out on this rain. Mostly favorable conditions for 
filling soybeans in the eastern Midwest. 
    Cooler temperatures and recent showers will have eased stress to later 
filling corn in the northern Plains.  Rainfall during the next 10 days looks to 
be limited while temperatures turn warmer again. 
    Beneficial rains for filling soybeans in the Delta states. 
    Beneficial rain for reproductive to filling soybeans in northeast China. 
However, more rain will be needed in key northern growing areas. 
    Favorable conditions for developing soybeans in Madhya Pradesh India, 
although more rain will be needed. 
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August 19, 2017 02:45 ET (06:45 GMT)
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