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Much wetter weather is expected to prevail across central and northern portions of the growing areas in Brazil next week, with widespread amounts of 1.5-3 inches (38-76 mm) expected between now and the end of the month.
MDA Weather Services’ long-range outlook for South America sees El Niño as the largest influence on weather in the region over the next three months.
Light showers occurred across eastern portions of Central Region and Volga Valley yesterday, and additional light showers are expected today before dry weather returns for at least the next week.
The forecast across western FSU has not changed much since Monday and remains unfavourable for the winter wheat crop.
Australia has trended significantly drier over the past few weeks, with the precipitation pattern beginning to resemble a classic El Niño signal.
Dry weather prevailed across the Black Sea region over the weekend, allowing dryness to build further across central and western Ukraine and Russia’s North Caucasus region.