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U.S. Midwest SRW Wheat Weather - Nov 3

3 Nov 2017 5:25 am
Midwest corn, soybean and winter wheat highlights 
West: Mostly dry weather observed. Temperatures variable. 
East: Light rain. Temperatures near to above normal. 
Midwest Corn, Soybeans and Winter Wheat Forecast 
West: Mostly dry weather Thursday. Dry conditions or just a little light rain 
Friday. Chance of some light to locally moderate rain Saturday. Dry conditions 
or just a little light rain Sunday. Dry conditions or just some light mixed 
precipitation Monday-Tuesday. Chance of rain over southern areas Wednesday. 
Temperatures near to above normal Thursday, near to below normal Friday, near 
to above normal Saturday-Sunday, below normal Monday-Wednesday. 
East: Light rain Thursday. Dry weather Friday. Episodes of rain 
Saturday-Sunday. Light to moderate amounts are expected. Light rain later 
Monday and early Tuesday. Chance of rain developing later Wednesday. 
Temperatures near to above normal through Monday, near to below normal 
6 to 10 day outlook: Temperatures variable. Precipitation below normal 
northwest, near to below normal south and east. 
    Favorable moisture conditions for developing winter wheat in the southern 
plains. Planting progress is running behind normal but is improving. 
    Favorable moisture conditions for developing wheat in central Argentina. 
    Colder temperatures through key winter wheat areas of Ukraine, west and 
south Russia during this week will slow development of the crop and possibly 
induce dormancy. Recent rainfall has helped recharge soil moisture in key 
growing areas, after late summer dryness concerns and heat. 
    Mainly favorable conditions for planting winter wheat and development 
through western Europe at this time. Recent rains have slowed planting progress 
in the east while greatly improving soil moisture following drier and hotter 
late summer weather. Dryness and drought it of increasing concern in Spain and 
of some concern in Italy. 
    Drier, warm to hot weather may favor late filling winter wheat in Western 
Australia but this favors the maturing crop at this time. Recent rainfall and 
cooler temperatures will favor late filling wheat through southern New South 
Wales and Victoria. Drier weather remains a concern for immature wheat in South 
Australia. Drier weather favors mature wheat and the harvest in northern NSW 
and southern Queensland...although this is likely a drought reduced crop. 
   Mostly favorable moisture and temperatures for winter wheat planting and 
early development through the North China Plain. 
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