U.S. Midwest SRW Wheat Weather

10-31 07:24: U.S. Midwest SRW Wheat Weather - Oct 31

 
Midwest corn, soybean and winter wheat highlights 
 
West: Dry conditions. Temperatures above to much above normal. 
 
East: Dry conditions. Temperatures above normal. 
 
Midwest Corn, Soybeans, Winter Wheat Forecast 
 
West: Light rain in the southeast Tuesday. Dry weather Wednesday-Thursday. 
Scattered light precipitation Friday. Rain develops on Saturday ending on 
Sunday. Light to moderate amounts are expected. Chance of some light to locally 
moderate rain over southern areas Monday. Temperatures above normal 
Tuesday-Wednesday, near to above normal Thursday, near to below normal Friday, 
near to above normal Saturday-Sunday, variable Monday. 
 
East: Dry conditions or just a little light rain Tuesday. Episodes of rain 
Wednesday-Thursday. Some moderate to heavy totals are expected over southern 
and eastern areas. Dry conditions or just a little light precipitation Friday. 
Dry weather Saturday. Episodes of rain Sunday-Monday. Temperatures above normal 
Tuesday-Wednesday, variable Thursday, near to below normal Friday-Saturday, 
near to above normal Sunday-Monday. 
 
6 to 10 day outlook: Temperatures variable. Precipitation near to below normal 
west, near to above normal east. 
 
WORLD WHEAT PROSPECTS 
 
    Favorable soil moisture for developing winter wheat in the southern plains. 
Dry weather at this time favors the remaining planting. 
    Episodes of cold weather and wet/snowy conditions delayed harvest effort 
for spring wheat across the Canadian Prairies. However, drier weather more 
recently allowed many areas to advance towards completion...although some 
spring wheat remains to be harvested. 
    Mostly favorable weather for establishment of winter wheat in Ukraine, west 
and south Russia at this time. The region had mostly dry weather and above to 
well above normal temperatures during October 14 to 20. Rain developed across 
most of the area during the past week. Improving conditions for development. 
    Recent showers and a variable temperature pattern will favor filling winter 
wheat in western and southeast Australia. These areas are turning drier again. 
Drought has impacted winter wheat prospects in northern New South Wales and 
southern Queensland during this season. Rain in these areas has recently lead 
to delays in the harvest of wheat. 
   Increasing rain activity and cooler temperatures will help improve 
conditions for winter wheat in Europe. However, some areas are still in need of 
rain to recharge soil moisture. 
 
 
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  October 31, 2018 01:25 ET (05:25 GMT)

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