NEWS
Market Impact Weather
Scott R. Kemper DTN Associate Editor
Thu May 15, 2014 09:06 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Continued rain in the eastern Midwest and continued drought conditions in the Southern Plains are primary weather items for the attention of Thursday's commodity trade.

WESTERN MIDWEST TO SEE LIGHT RAIN IN SPOTS

Light rain with locally heavier rain through eastern Iowa and northeast Missouri today and tonight. Light rain or drizzle may linger in these areas early Friday, dry later Friday.

Mostly dry Saturday for the western Midwest. Temperatures average well below normal during this period.

These conditions will be beneficial for field work.

RAIN FOR EASTERN MIDWEST

The eastern Midwest will see some scattered light ...

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