Monthly archive for May 2015

COMMENTARY 5/21/15

More rain on tap for the Plains early next week and HRW areas get even wetter. Coolness finally breaks Sat/Sun as a sharply warmer pattern begins. With the warmer temps come the brewing of unsettled storms Sun-Wed again slowing bean planting again and worsening the moisture excess for spring wheat while increasing it for […]

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BIDS 05/21/15

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BIDS 05/20/15

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COMMENTARY 5/20/15

A chilly, wet, and stormy pattern for the next 10 days, plus a large successive system joins a high moisture system producing widespread rain seems to be in order.  The highest accum is expected on the already excessively wet HRW areas in the Plains, but most all of the central U.S is expected to receive […]

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BIDS 05/19/15

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COMMENTARY 5/19/15

Another freeze is likely in the West tonight.  Dry, cool weather occurs in most other areas through Saturday-Sunday, allowing corn and bean planting to in the Central and Eastern Corn Belt.  Temps should return to normal to above average levels early next week, bringing rain back to the Belt.  The Plains don’t get a […]

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BIDS 05/18/15

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COMMENTARY 5/18/15

The weekend brought ½ to 1 ½” of accum to the WCB and Delta, Mississippi River Valley, and the Ohio River Valley.  We should have above normal for the corn areas for the next ten days, although locally, the Midwest temps will be cooler to start off the week.  There is a […]

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BIDS 05/15/15

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COMMENTARY 5/15/15

More unneeded accumulated in N Texas and Oklahoma the last few hours.  More repetition will increase in coverage and intensity across HRW areas of the Central and S Plains the next 7-10 days.  Widespread rain will also affect most of the Central US Mon/Tue which may provide a open a mixed planting window in the […]

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