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U.S. Midwest Soybeans Weather - Jun 24

24 Jun 2017 6:45 am
 
Midwest corn, soybean and winter wheat highlights 
 
West: Scattered light to moderate showers and thunderstorms with locally 
heavier. Temperatures variable. 
 
East: Light to moderate showers and thunderstorms with locally heavier. 
Temperatures variable. 
 
Midwest Corn, Soybeans and Winter Wheat Forecast 
 
West:  Dry conditions or just a few light showers through Tuesday. Episodes of 
scattered showers and thunderstorms Wednesday-Thursday., Moderate to heavy 
totals are expected. Temperatures below normal through Monday, near to below 
normal Tuesday, variable Wednesday, near to above normal Thursday. 
 
East: Scattered moderate to heavy showers and thunderstorms Friday. Dry 
conditions or just a few light showers Saturday-Monday. Dry weather Tuesday. 
Dry conditions or just a few light showers Wednesday. Scattered showers and 
thunderstorms Thursday. Temperatures near to below normal Friday, below normal 
Saturday-Tuesday, near to below normal Wednesday, near to above normal 
Thursday. 
 
6 to 10 day outlook...Temperatures variable. Rainfall near to above normal. 
 
WORLD SOYBEAN PROSPECTS 
 
    Generally favorable conditions for developing soybeans in the Midwest with 
adequate moisture and no significant hot weather expected during the next 7 
days. 
    More rain would benefit developing soybeans in the northern Plains. 
Rainfall is expected to be limited during the next 7 days. However the lack of 
any hot weather will limit crop stress. 
    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. Shower activity during this past weekend and early this week will 
help improve conditions for planting and early development. However, a turn to 
hot and dry weather is expected during the weekend and early next week. 
    Planting of India's soybean crop would normally begin later in June as the 
Monsoon rainy season reaches into the area. Dryness and above normal 
temperatures is likely delaying the start of the planting season. 
 
 
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June 24, 2017 02:45 ET (06:45 GMT)
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