-Midwest is slightly wetter Saturday. Rains in central and southeastern areas on Friday will further improve moisture for late growth of soybeans. The 6-10 day outlook is wetter in central and western areas. Temperatures are warmer in northern and western areas. The 11-15 day outlook is wetter in southwestern areas. Temperatures are warmer.
-Plains are drier Friday. Rains in east central areas today will further improve moisture for winter wheat, but dryness will continue in west central and southern areas. The 6-10 day outlook is wetter in central areas. Temperatures are warmer. The 11-15 day outlook is warmer in southeastern areas.
-N. Plains/Prairies are cooler in the Prairies in the 6-10 day period. Drier weather across the region through Saturday will allow wetness to ease and spring wheat harvesting to improve again. The 6-10 day outlook is cooler in the Prairies. The 11-15 day outlook is wetter in the Prairies. Temperatures are slightly warmer in eastern areas.
-Delta is drier Saturday. Rains through late week will finally improve moisture a bit but will slow crop drydown. The 6-10 day outlook is slightly warmer. The 11-15 day outlook is warmer.
-No changes for Argentina. Light showers in north central and northeastern areas are maintaining moisture for wheat, but dryness will continue in southwestern areas.
-No changes for Brazil. Heavy rains across central areas are significantly improving moisture, which will favor crop germination once planting begins in a few weeks. However, some wetness and flooding are occurring in Sao Paulo and southern Mato Grosso do Sul.
-No changes for Europe. Showers should improve moisture in southeastern France, which will favor new winter wheat and rapeseed germination. Moisture will remain too short in much of Poland.
-No changes for FSU. More rains are still needed in many areas to sufficiently replenish moisture for winter wheat establishment. Improvements are expected in Central Region, northern North Caucasus, and western Volga Valley later next week.
-No changes for China. Rains should continue to improve moisture in far western North China Plain and western Yangtze Valley, although corn and soybean growth is finishing up across that region.
-No changes for India. Rains should continue to improve moisture a bit in central areas, but dryness will continue to build in western soybean and groundnut areas.
-No changes for Australia. Limited rains through next week will allow dryness to increase again across eastern South Australia, western Victoria, northern New South Wales, and south central Queensland.
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