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BloombergTropical Storm Cindy Forms in Gulf of Mexico South of LouisianaBloomberg“It's essentially a demand destroyer for the Deep South,” said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. “No production concerns really.” Cindy could bring 6 to 9 inches (15 to 23 centimeters) of rain across parts ...and more »
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, June 20Agriculture.comNorth Dakota, the biggest producer of spring wheat, has a below-average chance of seeing rain for at least the next 15 days, according to Commodity Weather Group. The state has received one beneficial rain so far this year, but none is on the horizon, ...and more »
Financial TimesBearish bets on corn dry up with US weatherFinancial Times“There's still 20-25 per cent of the cornbelt that's low on soil moisture,” said David Streit at weather consultants Commodity Weather Group. There will be showers in the region over the next few weeks but it will be a “see-saw game” up to the start of ...3 Big Things Today, June 19Agriculture.comGRAINS-Wheat eases after 2-session rally, US weather in focusReutersGRAINS-US wheat rallies to highest since June 2016; corn, soy close firmDaily Mailall 83 news articles »
BloombergUS Gas Drops the Most in Four MonthsBloombergTemperatures may be mostly below normal in the central U.S. and average on the East and Gulf coasts from June 24 through June 28, according to Commodity Weather Group LLC. Chicago's high will probably be 74 degrees Fahrenheit (23 Celsius) on June ...
Overnight Weather Models Moderate; July Called 15 Cents LowerNatural Gas Intelligence"This June has been enormously difficult to forecast thanks to a highly variable pattern," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group. "A very cool start transitioned to a hot middle and it is now flipping back cooler before month's end ...
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, June 19Agriculture.comInvestors have been more positive on the outlook for grain and soybean prices as dry weather moves into the Midwest. Commodity Weather Group said last week that little rain in spring wheat country likely will hurt crops there, and much of the Midwest ...Spring Wheat Futures Hit Two-Year High on Crop ConcernsFox BusinessGRAINS-MGEX wheat at 2-1/2-year high on dry weather; corn, soy firmDaily Mailall 107 news articles »
Dairy Herd ManagementGRAINS-Wheat eases after 2-session rally, US weather in focusReutersReports of disappointing yields in early harvesting of the hard red winter wheat provided additional support. * Forecaster Commodity Weather Group said that the rain outlook was still very limited in the western Dakotas and Montana during the next two ...GRAINS-US wheat rallies to highest since June 2016; corn, soy close firmReuters Africaall 51 news articles »
GRAINS-US wheat rallies to highest since June 2016; corn, soy close firmReuters AfricaCHICAGO, June 16 (Reuters) - Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures rallied 2.6 percent on Friday to their highest in nearly a year, with concerns about shortfalls in the U.S. crop sparking a round of short-covering by investment funds, traders said.and more »
GRAINS-CBOT wheat hits highest since June 2016; corn firms, soy flatDaily MailForecaster Commodity Weather Group said that the rain outlook was still very limited in the western Dakotas and Montana during the next two weeks, which will hinder development of spring wheat in those spots. Concerns about crops in the Black Sea ...and more »
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, June 16Agriculture.comWheat futures rose in overnight trading as global weather woes may curb production of the grain. Much of the northern U.S. Plains where the spring wheat crop is grown has a below-average chance for rain for at least the next 15 days, according to ...
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, June 15Agriculture.comWeather forecasts are calling for rainfall in parts of the Midwest where its needed, but it's hard to know exactly where the precipitation will occur, according to Commodity Weather Group. Corn futures for July delivery fell 2 ¼ cents to $3.74 ¾ a ...and more »
Weather Outlooks Continue to Disappoint; July Called a Penny LowerNatural Gas Intelligence"Overall, next week is still favored to verify cooler than the current week across the Midwest and East thanks to a strong shift of bigger heat into the Western U.S," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group. "However, there are ...
Agriculture.comCorn Belt Rain to Boost Crops, But Hard to Pinpoint WhereAgriculture.comDavid Streit, an agricultural meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland, said it's likely some of the Midwest will get some rain soon, but storms will be intermittent and patchy so predicting exactly where the precipitation will ...
Agriculture.com3 Big Things Today, June 14Agriculture.comRainfall in the next week will be patchy and intermittent, according to forecasters at Commodity Weather Group. The condition of the corn crop was down a point from a week earlier, the Department of Agriculture said in a report on Monday. Spring wheat ...Spring Wheat Futures Hit Two-Year High on Crop ConcernsFox Businessall 80 news articles »
Spring Wheat Futures Hit Two-Year High on Crop ConcernsFox BusinessThe Commodity Weather Group says as much as two inches of rain is forecast to layer the Midwest over the next 10 days. Continue Reading Below. ADVERTISEMENT. Private forecaster Informa Economics released U.S. acreage estimates on Tuesday, ...and more »
Independent OnlineRussians wheat farmers to get a reliefIndependent OnlineWet fields of winter wheat will start drying out, which would benefit the crop to be harvested next month, according to Commodity Weather Group. Later in June, most models show rain will return, which would replenish soil moisture and keep the crop in ...
East Coast Heat Wave Promises to Jolt US Power, Gas PricesBOE Report (press release)This cold front could mean the heat won't bring much of a boost to gas demand beyond what the market already anticipates, or that there could be a slight decrease, said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland.and more »
Agriculture.comWheat Futures Remain Lower, Corn, Beans Little Changed After WASDEAgriculture.comWheat futures stayed lower while corn and soybeans were little changed after today's World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report. Investors were more focused on weather with wheat falling as storms are forecast for spring wheat ...and more »
Independent OnlineRussian wheat farmers to get a reliefIndependent OnlineWet fields of winter wheat will start drying out, which would benefit the crop to be harvested next month, according to Commodity Weather Group. Later in June, most models show rain will return, which would replenish soil moisture and keep the crop in ...and more »
AgWebRussian Wheat Farmers Will Get Relief as Soggy Fields to Dry OutAgWebWet fields of winter wheat will start drying out, which would benefit the crop to be harvested next month, according to Commodity Weather Group. Later in June, most models show rain will return, which would replenish soil moisture and keep the crop in ...and more »

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