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Western FSU Wheat Weather - Sep 8

8 Sep 2017 5:05 am
West and South Russia (Central Region, Black Soils region, Volga valley, 
Southern Russia) 
Highlights: Light to locally moderate showers and isolated thundershowers in 
southern and western areas during the past 24 hours. Drier elsewhere in the 
region during this time. Temperatures averaged near to below normal west, near 
to above normal east. 
 Days 1-3: Light to moderate showers and thundershowers favoring northern and 
eastern areas today. Showers and rain may linger in the Volga valley during 
Friday. Drier across the region Saturday. Temperatures average near to below 
normal during this period. 
 Days 4-5: Mostly dry Sunday. Light rain or showers favoring north-central, 
northeast and east-central areas Monday. Temperatures turn warmer again during 
this period.. especially through south and west areas. 
Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus 
Highlights: Sprinkles and light showers with locally heavier through west and 
north-central Ukraine and Belarus during the past 24 hours. Little elsewhere in 
the region. Temperatures averaged below normal through west and central areas, 
near to slightly above normal east. 
 Days 1-3: Chance for a little light rain or showers favoring northwest areas 
today. Drier Friday. Dry or with only a few light showers in western areas 
Saturday. Temperatures turn warmer during this period, much warmer later in the 
 Days 4-5: Mostly dry during this period. Temperatures average above to well 
above normal. 
    Mostly adequate soil moisture for the upcoming winter wheat planting season 
in the southern plains at this time. 
    Major losses to spring wheat due to hot/dry weather in July in the 
Prairies. Mostly favorable weather for the harvest. 
    The spring wheat harvest is nearing completion in the northern Plains. 
    Favorable conditions for developing wheat in central Argentina. 
    Favorable moisture conditions for late filling spring wheat in northern 
Kazakhstan and central Russia. Recent hot, dry weather favored the maturing 
    Beneficial rain for vegetative to reproductive wheat in West and vegetative 
wheat in southeast Australia during August. However, more rain would still 
benefit these crop areas after very dry weather earlier in the season. Dryness 
is of increasing concern for wheat grown in northern NSW and southern 
Queensland. Wheat in reproductive growth stages is likely being hurt at this 
time. Rain is needed to stabilize crop prospects for the area. 

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September 08, 2017 01:05 ET (05:05 GMT)
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