Dry conditions are featured across all major U.S. crop areas Friday, favorable for harvest. Light rain in the Canadian Prairies will cause more harvest disruption. Meanwhile the Far West will see heavy rain with some flooding but also drought benefit. Unseasonable warmth will further dry out soils in the southwestern Plains wheat areas and keep drought pressure in effect over the Southeast. » More DTN Weather Commentary
Harvest is winding down for Chase Brown of Decatur, Illinois, with soybeans likely to be finished up this week followed by about four more days of corn harvest next week. Meanwhile, Jim Hoover of Newport, Pennsylvania, is still waiting on a killing frost before harvesting his double-crop soybeans.