NEWS
Market Impact Weather
Elaine Shein Associate Managing Editor
Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:26 AM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- A dry pattern continuing for the western Midwest, low temperatures possible later this week for the eastern Midwest, no significant rains for the Southern Plains, very cold weather for the Northern Plains, mostly dry weather for Brazil, a hot, dry pattern for Argentina, limited snow cover in Ukraine, and a favorable trend for South Africa are the main weather items for the commodity trade's attention Monday.

DRY PATTERN CONTINUES FOR WESTERN MIDWEST

The DTN ag weather forecast calls for no significant precipitation during the next 10 days. It will be cold at times, possibly very cold. Dryness ...

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