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June 6th, 2017

The US is poised for more of the warm and dry weather which has got the country’s spring wheat harvest off to one of its worst starts on record – although fostering a recovery in corn crop condition.

Weather models for this week “show most of the Plains and the Midwest areas to be either dry or completely dry”, said weather service WxRisk.com overnight, with “the only significant rains” seen in southern states such as Alabama and Tennessee.

And for the six-to-10 day outlook, while rains are expected for parts of the central plains, including Oklahoma, into eastern Corn Belt states such as Iowa, “weather models also agree that most of this rain is going to miss… all of South Dakota, North Dakota whey really need the rain”.

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