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U.S. Northern Plains Spring Wheat Weather - Jul 12

12 Jul 2017 5:05 am
Northern plains highlights... 
    Dry conditions or just a few light showers with locally heavier. 
Temperatures above to much above normal with highs in the upper 80s to upper 
90s f. 
Northern Plains Forecast 
    Dry conditions or just a few light showers with locally heavier Tuesday. 
Mostly dry weather Wednesday-Friday. Dry conditions or just a few light showers 
Saturday-Monday. Temperatures above to much above normal Tuesday, near to below 
normal Wednesday, variable Thursday, above to much above normal Friday-Monday. 
6-10 Day Outlook: Temperatures mostly above normal. Rainfall mostly below 
    Limited rainfall along with episodes of above to much above normal 
temperatures stresses heading and filling spring wheat in the northern Plains. 
Significant losses to can be expected. 
    The winter wheat harvest is complete in the major growing areas of the 
southern plains. The harvest continues over northern areas. 
    Some disruptions at times to the harvest in the southeast Midwest. 
    Winter wheat in west and southeast Europe ranges from maturing to harvest 
at this time and is reported to be in fair to good condition. Prior hot, dry 
weather likely favored the mature crop and harvest.  Showers and cooler 
conditions more recently. Showers in northeast Europe wheat areas will favor 
reproductive to filling winter wheat and developing spring wheat. 
    Winter wheat in Ukraine, west and south Russia ranges from reproductive 
growth to filling at this time. Dryness remains of concern in north-central 
Ukraine due to well below normal rainfall during the past 90 days. Showers may 
occur in these area during the next 1-3 days. Winter wheat elsewhere in Ukraine 
as well as in west and south Russia is in better condition at this time. 
   Showers and warm temperatures favor emergence and early growth of spring 
wheat from the Urals region eastward through northern Kazakh and southern 
Siberia. However, recent hot temperatures begin to diminish soil moisture 
somewhat through southern areas. 
   Winter wheat in east-central China ranges from mature to harvest at this 
time. Hot, dry weather this week has likely favored the crop harvest. 
   Wheat planting in Australia normally takes place during May and June. 
Dryness has been of increasing concern recently. However showers in West 
Australia wheat areas and in northeast areas during the past week will help 
ease concerns...somewhat. Most wheat areas of Australia need more rain to 
promote favorable development. 

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July 12, 2017 01:05 ET (05:05 GMT)
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