OMAHA (DTN) -- A week-long dry pattern for the central U.S., and an uncertain rainfall outlook in central Brazil, are the primary weather items for the commodity trade's attention Thursday.
DRY CENTRAL U.S. PATTERN
The DTN ag weather forecast calls for drier conditions in the entire central U.S. during the next week to 10 days. This pattern will favor field and crop drying along with harvest progress and winter wheat planting in the Midwest and Delta, while maintaining favorable conditions for crop activity in the Plains as well.
MORE EXTREME HEAT IN CENTRAL BRAZIL
Extreme heat and mostly dry conditions ...