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U.S. Southern Plains HRW Wheat Weather - Jun 27

27 Jun 2017 5:05 am
Central/southern plains wheat and livestock highlights... 
    Dry conditions or just a few light showers. Temperatures below normal. 
Central/southern plains wheat and livestock forecast 
    Dry conditions or just a few light showers Monday. Scattered showers and 
thunderstorms later Tuesday and early Wednesday in the north. Light to moderate 
amounts with locally heavier expected. Scattered moderate to heavy showers and 
thunderstorms in the north Thursday. Dry conditions or just a few light showers 
with locally heavier Friday. Episodes of scattered showers and thunderstorms 
Saturday-Sunday. Moderate to heavy totals are expected in southern areas. 
Temperatures below normal Monday, near to above normal Tuesday-Wednesday, 
variable Thursday, below normal Friday-Sunday. 
6-10 Day Outlook: Temperatures near to below normal. Rainfall near to above 
    More rain would benefit heading spring wheat in the northern Plains. 
Rainfall is expected to be limited during the next 7 days. However the lack of 
any hot weather will limit crop stress. 
    Mostly favorable weather for maturing and harvesting wheat in the southern 
    Harvest disruptions at this time 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. Hot, dry weather 
during this past week favors the mature crop and harvesting. Showers in 
northeast Europe wheat areas will favor reproductive to filling winter wheat 
and early planted spring wheat. 
    Winter wheat in Ukraine, west and south Russia ranges from reproductive 
growth to filling at this time. Dryness is of increasing concern in 
north-central Ukraine due to well below normal rainfall during the past 90 
days. Winter wheat elsewhere in Ukraine as well as in west and south Russia is 
in much 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 central and east areas. 
   Winter wheat in east-central China ranges from maturation to harvest at this 
time. Recent rains may have been somewhat unfavorable for mature wheat and 
wheat harvesting. 
   Wheat planting in Australia normally takes place during May and June. 
Dryness has been of increasing concern recently. However showers late last week 
in West Australia wheat areas and the promise of showers during this week in 
northeast areas will help ease concerns...somewhat. 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

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