Rains intensify and damage French crops

Published Jun 20, 2024

Tridge summary

Weather conditions in Western Europe are expected to worsen with showers in France, Germany, and the UK, impacting the winter cereal harvest. Temperatures will cool down after an unusually cool early June. Southern Russia's late precipitation aids spring plantings, while Ukraine's improved conditions for spring crops may hinder winter crop harvests. In the US, the Midwest faces intense precipitation with flooding risks in Texas and high rainfall in Iowa and Illinois. Canada enjoys ideal conditions for spring crops, and Argentina and Australia benefit from favorable climates for winter crops.
Disclaimer: The above summary was generated by Tridge's proprietary AI model for informational purposes.

Original content

Weather maps continue to announce a rapid deterioration of conditions in Western Europe. Showers are in fact expected again in France, Germany and the United Kingdom over the next fortnight, while the winter cereal harvest begins and still pronounced water excesses are recorded in many plots. However, temperatures should cool down somewhat after the first part of June was particularly cool and unfavorable for the development of spring crops. Late precipitation has also affected southern Russia in recent days, while spring plantings have taken advantage of a lull in rain since the beginning of the month to accelerate. The contributions recorded in Ukraine have improved conditions for spring crops, but now risk hindering the good progress of winter crop harvests. In the United States, intense precipitation is expected in the Midwest during the winter harvest period, with a significant risk of flooding in Texas. Rainfall in the Corn Belt is ...
Source: TerreNet
By clicking “Accept Cookies,” I agree to provide cookies for statistical and personalized preference purposes. To learn more about our cookies, please read our Privacy Policy.