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U.S. Southeast Corn Weather - Nov 17

17 Nov 2017 8:50 am
Southeast US (Alabama and Georgia) highlights... 
    Dry conditions. Temperatures above normal. 
Southeast US (Alabama and Georgia) Forecast 
    Dry weather into Friday. Light rain later Friday and early Saturday. Dry 
weather Sunday-Thursday. Temperatures near to above normal Friday-Saturday, 
near to below normal Sunday, variable Monday, near to above normal Tuesday, 
near to below normal Wednesday-Thursday. 
6-10 day outlook: Temperatures variable. Rainfall below normal. 
    Wet weather in the eastern Midwest disrupts and delays the harvest, 
especially in Indiana and Ohio. More favorable weather for the remaining 
harvest in the western Midwest and northern Plains. 
    Generally favorable conditions for planting and developing corn in central 
Argentina although a turn to drier weather will deplete soil moisture. 
    Recent rainfall in eastern Europe may mean delays to the final harvest 
effort for corn. No significant concerns for the harvest in France at this 
   No significant concerns for final harvest effort for corn in China at this 
   Scattered showers and thundershowers and much cooler temperatures will help 
improve conditions for early development of maize in South Africa. Rainfall 
will help improve soil moisture for the ongoing planting effort but some 
western areas could use more rain after recent hot temperatures. 
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November 17, 2017 03:50 ET (08:50 GMT)
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