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Agriculture.comWheat, corn, soy fall to fresh 2017 lows on big global suppliesTimes of IndiaRainfall during the next 10 days will boost wheat growth in the Plains and southwest portion of the Midwest, Commodity Weather Group said in a note to clients. Analysts polled by Reuters expected the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Friday to show ...AM markets: wheat market gives verdict on weekend's US rainsAgrimoney.comall 37 news articles »
AM markets: wheat market gives verdict on weekend's US rainsAgrimoney.comBy contrast, Commodity Weather Group, said that while there was an increasing chance of "storms" in the Plains over the next two weeks, the forecast precipitation is "still not far enough south to ease dryness in the south west half of the wheat belt".and more »
AG WeekGrains Pressured Ahead of March 31 USDA ReportAG WeekTrade reacted to short term forecasts calling for rain over much of the dry portions of Kansas. This sent Kansas City contracts 25 lower, Chicago 15 lower and Minneapolis six lower for the week. The Commodity Weather Group put out its monthly forecast.
Mega-Storage Draw On Tap; April Called 3 Cents HigherNatural Gas Intelligence... range for the Midwest, South and West combined with warmer Midwest to South changes in the six-15 day range offer another loss in demand this morning," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a Thursday morning report to clients.
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, March 22Agriculture.comShowers are expected in northern Texas near the Oklahoma border late Thursday into Friday, according to Commodity Weather Group. Still, a fourth of the hard red winter wheat crop in the Southern Plains will miss the rain. Little or no precipitation has ...Wheat falls for 2nd session on improved US weather outlookHellenic Shipping News WorldwideGRAINS-US wheat, corn fall to multi-week lows on weather forecastDaily Mailall 51 news articles »
Wheat falls for 2nd session on improved US weather outlookHellenic Shipping News WorldwideForecaster Commodity Weather Group said in a note to clients that a wetter trend was expected across three-fourths of the U.S. Plains in the next two weeks, which will benefit the wheat crop that just emerged from dormancy there. Meanwhile, concerns ...GRAINS-US wheat, corn fall to multi-week lows on weather forecastDaily MailWheat falls again as rain forecast for US PlainsTimes of Indiaall 37 news articles »
Washington PostGet ready for higher fruit prices — the freeze devastated some crops in the SouthWashington PostDavid Streit, a forecaster for Commodity Weather Group and the Capital Weather Gang, said the damage will “for sure” mean higher prices for peaches this summer. The destruction occurred Thursday night, when temperatures bottomed out in the 20s, ...and more »
GrainewsGRAINS-US wheat, corn fall to multi-week lows on weather forecastDaily MailRain was expected in Brazilian corn growing areas in the coming two weeks, which could favor the development of crops for the country's second annual corn harvest, Commodity Weather Group said. Crop analysts also continued to raise estimates of Brazil ...GRAINS-Wheat falls for 2nd session on improved US weather outlookReutersWheat falls again as rain forecast for US PlainsTimes of Indiaall 32 news articles »
Agriculture.comCorn, Soybeans Lower as South American Crop Outlook IncreasesAgriculture.comAbout 2 to 4 inches of rain fell in central and northwest Mato Grosso, a major growing state in Brazil, over the weekend, according to Commodity Weather Group. Frequent showers in areas where the safrinha corn crop is being grown has limited concerns ...and more »
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, March 21Agriculture.comAbout 2 to 4 inches of rain fell in central and northwest Mato Grosso, a major growing state in Brazil, over the weekend, according to Commodity Weather Group. Frequent showers in areas where the safrinha corn crop is being grown has limited concerns ...and more »
GrainewsGRAINS-Wheat falls for 2nd session on improved US weather outlookDaily MailFUNDAMENTALS * Forecaster Commodity Weather Group said in a note to clients that a wetter trend was expected across three-fourths of the U.S. Plains in the next two weeks, which will benefit the wheat crop that just emerged from dormancy there.U.S. soy up on bargain buying; wheat weakens to 1-week low ...Times of Indiaall 14 news articles »
GRAINS-US wheat drops on outlook for Plains rains, pulls corn lowerDaily MailForecaster Commodity Weather Group said in a note to clients that a wetter trend was expected across three-fourths of the U.S. Plains in the next two weeks, which will benefit the crop that just emerged from dormancy there. CBOT May corn ended 4 cents ...and more »
US soy up on bargain buying; wheat weakens to 1-week lowTimes of IndiaForecaster Commodity Weather Group said in a note to clients that a wetter trend was expected across three-fourths of the U.S. Plains in the next two weeks, which will benefit the crop that just emerged from dormancy there. CBOT May corn was 2 cent ...and more »
Risk Managers Eyeing Lower Prices; April Called 2 Cents LowerNatural Gas Intelligence"Unlike the prior two weekends, models mostly lost demand compared to their levels from Friday," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group, in a Monday morning note to clients. "We see a general warm-prevailing pattern now to close out ...
Trump wants to cut NOAA's budget but not its weather satellitesThe Providence JournalGoing forward, satellites will only play a larger role, said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. "It seems like more and more initialization data from satellites is getting fed into computer modeling ...and more »
One thing Trump didn't cut from the weather budget — satellitesThe Morning SunA SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Thursday, March 16, 2017. The rocket, carrying the Echostar XXIII communications satellite was delayed from Tuesday due to high winds. (Craig Bailey/Florida Today via AP).and more »
One thing Trump didn't cut from the weather budget — satellitesThe Daily TribuneA SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Thursday, March 16, 2017. The rocket, carrying the Echostar XXIII communications satellite was delayed from Tuesday due to high winds. (Craig Bailey/Florida Today via AP).
Little Change In Weather Models; April Called FlatNatural Gas Intelligence... to be mostly associated with model overemphasis of snow cover impacts, but warmer changes in the six-10 day and 11-15 day are tied to storm track changes and a more active flow from the West," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group, ...
Market RealistWill Weather Forecasts Impress Natural Gas Bulls?Market RealistCommodity Weather Group reported that the weather in March is expected to be normal compared to the historically mild winter in February 2017. Some forecasting models suggest that mild weather will persist for the rest of the winter. The winter usually ...and more »
The Fiscal TimesThe Crazy Weather Is Already Hurting American FarmersThe Fiscal Times"The one area that will see damage is to the soft red winter wheat crop," said David Streit, co-founder and COO of Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. "With the lows getting into the teens the next couple of nights that crop will see some ...

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