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

27 Mar 2017 5:05 am
Central/southern plains wheat and livestock highlights... 
    Scattered light showers with locally heavier. Temperatures variable. 
Central/southern plains wheat and livestock forecast 
    Scattered light to locally moderate showers tonight. Dry weather Monday. 
Episodes of rain Tuesday-Wednesday. Moderate to heavy totals are expected. Dry 
conditions or just a few light showers Thursday-Friday. Rain on Saturday. 
Temperatures  near to below normal Sunday, above normal Monday, near to below 
normal Tuesday-Saturday. 
6-10 Day Outlook: Temperatures variable. Precipitation near to above normal. 
    Soil moisture is decreasing in the southern plains of the US. Winter wheat 
conditions are declining. Some beneficial precipitation is expected during the 
next 7 days. 
    Mostly favorable conditions for developing winter wheat in the southeast 
Midwest and Delta states. 
    Winter wheat in west and central Europe is reported to be in fair to good 
condition at this time. Reports suggest that winter wheat has broken dormancy 
in western Europe about a month ahead of normal. Generous rains through key 
growing areas of France and Germany during the first 10 days of March should 
ease concerns over winter dryness and favor the vegetative crop. Showers in 
eastern Europe favor greening crops at this time. 
    Winter wheat in Ukraine, west and south Russia is reported to be in good 
condition at this time. Temperatures have recently warmed considerably leading 
to a rapid snow melt and greening of wheat in the southern areas. Crop 
development is running at up to 4 weeks ahead of normal, vegetative development 
through southern areas. 
   Mostly favorable conditions for winter wheat through east-central China at 
this time. Rain has occurred through southern areas recently with some light 
precipitation in the north as well. Wheat is likely in vegetative growth stages 
in the south, greening in the north. 
   Wheat in Pakistan and north India benefited from significant rain and cool 
temperatures late in January, especially any winter wheat that was reproductive 
at the time. Additional beneficial rainfall has been reported during March as 
   Periodic showers through winter wheat areas of northwest Africa has supplied 
favorable moisture for most of the key growing belt. Wheat is vegetative to 
flowering at this time. Prospects are good to excellent, especially in Morocco. 

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