November 26, 2015

Morning Weather

November 25th, 2015

CORN Weather

  • Rain arrives in western Corn Belt tomorrow, and moves east Friday.
  • A second wave of rain and storms comes Sunday, especially over eastern Corn Belt.
  • Rain totals combined from both waves now sit at .75” to 2”. Coverage 90%.
  • Weak low brings light rain/snow potential over central/eastern Corn Belt Tuesday. Liquid equivalents from a few hundredths to .3” max.
  • Dry the remainder of next week.
  • Front for 5th-6th looking to stay farther south. If it does, that means outbreak of colder air farther north.
  • Excellent rains in all Argentine corn areas starting later tomorrow and going into Saturday. Rain totals 1-3”


  • Strong front lifts out of Argentina/Paraguay/Uruguay this weekend into southern Brazil. Moderate to heavy rains likely.
  • Scattered but fairly consistent rains farther north. Front’s fall apart before fully hitting central/north soybean areas, but the region will not be rain free.
  • We are keeping 10 day rain totals at be 2”-3.5” south of a line from northern Matto Grosso do Sul across through Sao Paulo. And, also keeping rains at 1-2 inches combined in Matto Grosso, Goias, Minas Gerais and southern Bahia.
  • A strong low moves through Argentina crop areas from starting tomorrow late afternoon/evening and goes into early Saturday. Rain totals 1-2.5” with coverage 90%.
  • Strong high pressure keeps Argentina mostly dry from the second half of this weekend through most of next week.

WHEAT Weather

  • Winter storm arrives later today over HRW areas and then lift through all HRW areas through tomorrow and into early Friday. Snow will fly over western high plains, some rain/snow/ice mix in central KS. Potentially heavy snow in eastern NE. Heavy rain and thunderstorms are likely over eastern KS and into OK. The biggest problem time frame will be from midday tomorrow through early Friday.
  • Mostly dry in the wake of the system through most of next week. Action develops late next week in OK and TX…but move more east than north.
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  • Mostly dry in Australia through the next 2 weeks. The exception comes next Tuesday/Wednesday over the eastern third of the wheat belt, where we can see rain totals of .25”-.6” with coverage at 50%.
  • Timely light moisture continues to move through FSU wheat areas. Scattered action over the next 10 days brings cumulative liquid totals of .75” max with coverage at 80%.
  • Eastern Europe grain areas getting continue to look plenty wet over the coming 10 days to 2 weeks.

CATTLE Weather

  • Snow storm in plains will not have as much coverage of the strong to severe snows and winds, but areas of concern will be in eastern NE for the heaviest snow.
  • Light snow and some winds will be in for about a day and a half in the western plains.
  • Ice may be a concern in central Kansas, with mud a secondary concern as we can see all forms of precipitation through the duration of the storm there.


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