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U.S. Midwest Soybeans Weather - May 20

20 May 2017 6:45 am
Midwest corn, soybean and winter wheat highlights 
West: Light to moderate showers and thunderstorms with locally heavier. 
Temperatures variable. 
East: Scattered light to moderate showers and thunderstorms with locally 
heavier. Temperatures above normal. 
Midwest Corn, Soybeans and Winter Wheat Forecast 
West: Rain Friday into Saturday. Moderate to heavy totals are expected. Dry 
weather Sunday into Monday. Rain later Monday and Tuesday. Light to moderate 
amounts expected. Dry weather Wednesday. Light rain Thursday. Temperatures near 
to below normal. 
East: Episodes of rain Friday-Saturday. Moderate to heavy totals are expected. 
Dry conditions or just some lingering light rain Sunday. Dry weather Monday. 
Light to moderate rain Tuesday. Dry conditions or just a little light rain 
Wednesday. Light to moderate rain Thursday. Temperatures variable through 
Sunday, near to below normal Monday, below normal Tuesday-Thursday. 
6 to 10 day outlook...Temperatures near to below normal. Rainfall near to below 
normal west, near to above normal east. 
    Planting disruptions in the Midwest. 
    No major planting concerns in the northern Plains. 
    Soybean planting progress is running ahead of normal in the Delta states. 
    Some disruptions to the harvest in central Argentina at this time. 
    Planting of soybeans in China would typically begin during May. Significant 
rainfall has recently improved moisture for planting and early development 
through the eastern and some central growing areas. However, some western areas 
remain too dry and with very hot weather during the past week will further 
deplete planting moisture in the area. 
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May 20, 2017 02:45 ET (06:45 GMT)
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