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U.S. Midwest SRW Wheat Weather - Jul 26

26 Jul 2018 5:25 am
Midwest corn, soybean and winter wheat highlights 
West: Scattered light showers. Temperatures near to below normal. 
East: Dry conditions or just a few light showers. Temperatures near to above 
Midwest Corn, Soybeans, Winter Wheat Forecast 
West: Scattered light to locally moderate showers and thunderstorms Wednesday. 
Dry weather Thursday. Dry conditions or just a few light showers Friday. 
Scattered showers and thunderstorms Saturday. Light to moderate amounts with 
locally heavier expected. Dry conditions or just a few light showers 
Sunday-Monday. Dry weather Tuesday. Temperatures near to below normal. 
East: Dry conditions or just a few light showers Wednesday. Scattered light 
showers Thursday. Mostly dry weather Friday. Dry conditions or just a few light 
showers Saturday. Scattered light to moderate showers and thunderstorms Sunday. 
Dry conditions or just a few light showers Monday-Tuesday. Temperatures near to 
above normal Wednesday, near to below normal Thursday-Tuesday. 
6 to 10 day outlook: Temperatures variable. Rainfall near to below normal. 
    Favorable conditions for maturing spring wheat in the northern plains. The 
harvest is underway in South Dakota. 
    Shower activity will maintain favorable growing conditions for some spring 
wheat areas of the northern and eastern Canadian Prairies. Southwestern and 
south-central growing areas remain too dry with little rain expected this week. 
    Spring wheat from the Volga valley of Russia through Siberia and northern 
Kazakh remain in good condition due to a variable temperature pattern and 
episodes of timely shower activity. 
    Dryness and drought during the spring and early Summer reported to have 
impacted winter wheat prospects in northern Europe and Scandinavia. Impacts 
have been reported in England, France, Germany, Poland and Scandinavia. Dryness 
may have also impacted spring wheat development in Poland, however rain has 
recently occurred in this area, easing concerns. 
    Prior drier, warm to hot weather across the North China Plain favored 
mature winter wheat and harvesting. 
    Dryness and drought continues to impact winter wheat in northern New South 
Wales and southern Queensland, despite earlier shower activity. A more 
favorable weather pattern in wheat areas of West Australia and through the 
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July 26, 2018 01:25 ET (05:25 GMT)
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