Europe Corn Weather – Jul 8

 SUMMARY- Scattered showers and passing thundershowers in portions of the 
Iberian Peninsula, British Isles and northeast Poland yesterday, 0.10-0.60+ 
inch (3-15+ mm). Generally dry elsewhere. Temperatures 58 to 101F (14 to 38C), 
coolest in the northern British Isles, warmest in Spain. 
  TODAY...Patchy showers in northern areas as well as a few in parts of the 
northeast Iberian Peninsula and central-interior locales, 0.10-0.60+ inch 
(3-15+ mm). Dry elsewhere. Temperatures 59 to 102F (15 to 39C). 
  TONIGHT...Showers in said areas diminish overnight. 
  TOMORROW...Scattered showers through portions of the north, east-central 
locales and the Alps, 0.10-0.40+ inch (3-10+ mm). Mainly dry elsewhere. 
Temperatures 60 to 105F (16 to 41C). 
  OUTLOOK...Scattered showers through parts of the north and some central areas 
Sunday through Tuesday, with showers possibly becoming heavier in 
central-interior areas late this period. Generally dry across southern Europe. 
Temperatures warmer in the north, except cooler in the northwest later Monday 
and Tuesday. Mostly above normal temperatures in the south this period. 
 CROP IMPACT- Scattered showers will favor corn development in France, north 
Italy and through east-central to southeast Europe. Episodes of hot 
temperatures in southeast Europe and briefly in southwest France may increase 
stress to early reproductive corn but most of this crop is still vegetative. 
Prospects at this time are good to excellent in Europe. 
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