Monthly archive for September 2015

COMMENTARY 9/23/15

Warmer than normal for the next two weeks which should result in one of the 10 warmest Septembers since 1895 for The Belt.  The Plains and W Corn Belt should see some showers tomorrow, but it IS significant that the Central US is drier than normal, which leaves some HRW and SRW wheat areas drier than one might like.  […]

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BIDS 09/23/15

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COMMENTARY 9//22/15

Harvest takes another step forward.  Sep will go down as one of the ten warmest of the last 121 years across the Corn Belt!  Storms could develop across parts of the Plains and NW Corn Belt Wed – Fri which should improve soil moisture for wheat planting.   In South America, the Brazil the […]

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BIDS 9/22/15

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COMMENTARY 9/21/15

Warm and mild into early October.  Sep will go down as one of the ten warmest of the last 121 years across the Corn Belt!  Storms could develop across parts of the Plains and NW Corn Belt Wed – Fri which should improve soil moisture for wheat planting.   In South America, an increase in […]

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BIDS 09/21/15

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BIDS 09/18/15

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COMMENTARY 9/18/15

Happy pre-harvest!  Rain has been sparse to non-existent locally. But a few showers covered Iowa and N Central IL this am.  The highest chances for rain are today into Friday in the West with accum of.25-1.25. Then Sat is a 65% of 0.30-1.0” accum  in the East. After that, much of the Central US should receive […]

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COMMENTARY 9/17/15

The Midwest should have favorable harvest conditions for the next 10 days.  The highest chances for rain are today into Friday in the West  at 90% coverage of 0.25-1.25. Then Thur – Sat is a 65% of 0.30-1.0” accum  in the East. The Ohio River Basin should miss most of this rain.   Rain chances return for the Midwest […]

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BIDS 09/16/15

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