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Market Impact Weather
Scott R. Kemper DTN Associate Editor
Tue Jul 2, 2013 09:02 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- The Midwest continues cool, still very hot in western areas, rain is still an issue for the East Coast, and central U.S. areas remain mostly dry are items for the attention of Tuesday's commodity market.

COOL MIDWEST

Temperatures in the Midwest are trending cooler than normal across the region, but are expected to warm slightly in the next couple days.

Rain in the Midwest is expected to remain sparse for the rest of the week. Illinois and Michigan had some rain on the radar Tuesday morning, and rain in the eastern Midwest may be more widespread for ...

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