Newlands FSU Wheat Weather – Jul 8

 SUMMARY- Scattered showers in northern and eastern locales yesterday, 
0.10-0.50 inch (3-13 mm) and isolated heavier. Generally dry elsewhere. 
Temperatures 74 to 100F (23 to 38C). 
  TODAY...Showers scattered about eastern areas, with late days showers in the 
far west, 0.10-0.60+ inch (3-15+ mm). Mostly dry elsewhere. Temperatures 75 to 
99+F (24 to 37+C). 
  TONIGHT...Precipitation lingering in eastern areas and possibly increasing in 
the far west overnight. 
  TOMORROW...Rain and showers far west, additional scattered showers in eastern 
areas, 0.10-1.00+ inch (3-25+ mm). Mainly dry elsewhere. Temperatures 68 to 
100F (20 to 38C). 
  OUTLOOK...Generally dry in south-central areas Sunday through Tuesday, with 
on and off periods of scattered showers and a few thundershowers elsewhere. 
Temperatures variable in west-central, northwestern and far east-central areas, 
mostly above normal elsewhere. 
 CROP IMPACT- Spring wheat in the Newlands region of Russia and Kazakh is in 
early growth stages. Recent rainfall has helped maintain favorable prospects, 
following drier weather during May, but some delays to fieldwork in the 
northern Kazakh region. 
 Stock Market Quotes, Business News, Financial News from