Cropcast Tuesday: Midwest is wetter in the 6-10 day period

Commentary, Grains, Softs

Morning Headlines:

-Midwest is wetter in the 6-10 day period. Rains late this week and this weekend will further improve soil moisture levels for wheat. The 6-10 day outlook is wetter. Temperatures are warmer. The 11-15 day outlook is drier in central and southern areas. Temperatures are warmer.

-Plains are wetter in northwestern areas on Wednesday. Rains late this week and this weekend ease some of the remaining dryness in eastern Kansas and north central Oklahoma, but may lead to some localized flooding in northern Texas. The 6-10 day outlook is drier in south central areas and wetter in north central areas. Temperatures are warmer. The 11-15 day outlook is warmer.

-No changes for Florida. Dry weather this week will favor harvesting. The 6-10 day outlook is warmer. The 11-15 day outlook is unchanged.

-No changes for the Delta. Rains in northern areas late this week will maintain adequate moisture for wheat establishment. The 6-10 day outlook is warmer. The 11-15 day outlook is drier northern and central areas. Temperatures are warmer.

-No changes for Argentina. Widespread rains later this week will further improve soil moisture for corn and soybean growth. The 6-10 day outlook is drier in most areas.

-No changes for Brazil. Rains this week should lead to further improvements in soil moisture across northern areas, but additional rainfall will still be needed. Rains will maintain wetness concerns in Parana. The 6-10 day outlook is drier in southern Brazil.

-No changes for Europe. Showers in France this week will lead to minor improvements in soil moisture. Colder weather in central and western Europe will slow wheat and rapeseed growth and will push crops towards dormancy.

-No changes for FSU. Showers this week will lead to further improvements in soil moisture across southern and eastern Ukraine. Warm weather over the next several days will further erode the snow pack across western Russia, but winterkill threats are expected to remain low over the next two weeks.

-No changes for China. Snow cover and cold temperatures in North China Plain will push winter wheat into dormancy. Showers in western Yangtze Valley today may ease dryness slightly.

-No changes for South Africa. Mostly dry weather this week will allow dryness concerns to increase across the corn belt again. The 6-10 day outlook is drier in northern areas and is slightly wetter in southwestern areas.

-No changes for Australia. Mostly dry weather this week will favor wheat drydown and harvesting.

 


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