NEWS
Market Impact Weather
Elaine Shein Associate Managing Editor
Fri Feb 1, 2013 08:48 AM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- Moderating temperatures for the western Midwest, no rains for the Southern Plains, a drier period for the eastern Midwest, light snow for Northern Plains, hotter, drier conditions next week for Argentina, showers, lower temperatures ahead for southern Brazil, drier outlook for South Africa, and snow in Ukraine and Russia are the main weather items for the commodity trade's attention Friday.

MODERATING TEMPERATURES FOR WESTERN MIDWEST

The DTN ag weather forecast calls for extreme cold conditions today to moderate after today. No significant precipitation during the next seven days, although episodes of light snow or snow showers are ...

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