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U.S. Midwest Soybeans Weather - Sep 17

17 Sep 2017 6:45 am
Midwest corn, soybean and winter wheat highlights 
West: Dry or with only a few passing sprinkles during the past 24 hours. 
Temperatures averaged well above normal. Highs yesterday mostly 86 to 92F. 
East: Dry or with only very light showers in southeast areas yesterday. 
Temperatures averaged above to well above normal, warmest western areas. 
Midwest Corn, Soybeans and Winter Wheat Forecast 
West: A few light showers with locally heavier favoring northern and 
west-central areas later today or more likely tonight. Light to locally 
moderate showers during Saturday with isolated heavier. Mainly dry during the 
daytime hours of Sunday. Showers may redevelop Sunday night, favoring southern 
areas. Temperatures average well above normal today, above to well above normal 
Saturday, near to above normal Sunday. 
   Scattered showers favoring central and southern areas Monday. A few light 
showers Tuesday. Scattered light to locally moderate showers may redevelop 
during Wednesday. Temperatures average near to above normal Monday, above 
normal Tuesday, near to above normal Wednesday. 
East: Mostly dry today and Saturday. Chance for a few light showers with 
locally heavier favoring northern and western areas Sunday. Temperatures 
average above to much above normal. 
   A few light showers with locally heavier, favoring western areas, Monday and 
Tuesday. Mainly dry Wednesday. Temperatures average above to well above normal. 
6 to 10 day outlook...Temperatures are expected to average above to near normal 
west, above to well above normal east, during this period. Rainfall should 
average near to above normal west, near to below normal east. 
    Mostly favorable conditions for filling, maturing and the early harvest of 
soybeans in the Midwest. There is no damaging cold weather indicated during the 
next 10 days. 
    Recent wet weather and cooler temperatures will be unfavorable for maturing 
soybeans in the northern plains. 
    A drying trend through the Delta will help improve conditions for mature 
soybeans and the harvest during this week. 
    Filling soybeans in northeast China will benefit from recent rainfall and a 
variable temperature pattern at this time. Earlier dryness may impact final 
yields for this crop. 
    Favorable conditions for developing soybeans in Madhya Pradesh India. 
Increasing rainfall during the past few weeks will help maintain favorable 
conditions for soybeans. 
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