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U.S. Midwest Soybeans Weather - Jul 23

23 Jul 2017 12:45 pm
Midwest corn, soybean and winter wheat highlights 
West: Scattered light to moderate showers and thunderstorms with locally 
heavier in the north. Dry conditions or just a few  light showers  with locally 
heavier central and south. Temperatures variable in the north, above to  much 
above normal  central and south with highs in the 90s to  low 100s f. 
East: Scattered light to moderate showers and thunderstorms with locally 
heavier. The heaviest activity favored northern areas. Temperatures above 
normal with highs in the upper 80s to upper 90s f. 
Midwest Corn, Soybeans and Winter Wheat Forecast 
West: Dry weather Sunday-Monday.  Dry conditions or just a few light showers 
Tuesday. Scattered light to moderate showers and thunderstorms with locally 
heavier Wednesday. Mostly dry weather Thursday-Saturday. Temperatures variable 
Sunday, near to  above normal Monday, above to much above normal 
Tuesday-Wednesday, near to above normal Thursday-Friday, above normal Saturday. 
6 to 10 day outlook...Temperatures near to above normal. Rainfall near to above 
normal north and east, near to below normal southwest. 
    Limited rainfall and above normal temperatures over central and southern 
portions of the western Midwest will increase stress to corn and soybeans, 
especially pollinating corn. Some crop losses can be expected. Northern Iowa 
and southern Minnesota should experience beneficial rainfall and more moderate 
temperatures. Mostly favorable weather for developing corn and soybeans  in the 
eastern Midwest. 
    Limited rainfall along with episodes of above to much above normal 
temperatures stresses developing soybeans in the northern Plains. This 
situation bears watching. 
    Favorable weather for developing soybeans in the Delta states. 
    A variable rainfall pattern in key growing areas of northeast China along 
with periods of hot temperatures. This leads to variable conditions in key 
soybean growing areas. Rainfall is most needed through western growing areas. 
    Moderate to heavy showers in India's soybean growing region during the past 
week with more rain likely during the next week. This will maintain adequate to 
surplus soil moisture for the crop with some flooding possible. 
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