NEWS
Market Impact Weather
Scott R. Kemper DTN Associate Editor
Mon Jul 1, 2013 09:10 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Light rain in spots across the U.S., heavy rain in the eastern Midwest and on eastern seaboard, cool conditions in the Midwest, and very hot conditions west of the Rockies are items for the attention of Monday's commodity market.

MOST OF CENTRAL U.S. DRY

DTN ag weather call for only a couple spots in the central U.S. with rain Monday morning: southern Illinois, southern Indiana, eastern Colorado and western Texas. The rest of the region is staying mostly dry.

BELOW-NORMAL TEMPERATURES IN THE MIDWEST

Most of the Midwest has temperatures trending 5 to 10 degrees below normal ...

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