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LEOTI, Kansas, May 4 (Reuters) - Winter wheat prospects in southwest Kansas are above average as recent rains benefited crops after much drier early-season growing conditions, scouts on an annual crop tour said on Wednesday.
NEW YORK/CHICAGO (Reuters) - As the El Niño weather phenomenon makes the U.S. Northeast warmer, the Midwest drier, and the South and the West wetter this winter, Eric Marshall, portfolio manager of the $2 billion Hodges Small Cap fund, is not one of those people who just talks about the weather. He's doing something about it.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Climatic conditions in the Indian Ocean are reinforcing the current powerful El Nino weather pattern, Australia's weather bureau said on Tuesday, meaning drier conditions are likely for the country's east.
BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The Horn of Africa is becoming drier in step with global warming, researchers said on Friday, contradicting some climate models predicting rainier weather patterns in a region that has suffered frequent food crises linked to drought.
TOKYO, 7 septembre (Reuters) - La Bourse de Tokyo a fini en hausse de 0,38% lundi, à l'issue d'une séance volatile, soutenue par la hausse de Toshiba, mais alourdie par le repli des marchés chinois et les incertitudes sur le calendrier de hausse des taux américains.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's coffee regions have been drier than usual for weeks as an El Nino weather anomaly takes effect and the crop will see less rainfall from now until harvest time, potentially limiting its size in a few areas, agronomists say.
DALLAS/SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - Sunshine and drier weather were forecast for most of flood-weary Texas after days of heavy rain, giving swollen rivers a chance to recede and relief workers and residents time for assess the damage and start a massive clean-up, officials said on Sunday.
You're probably heard climate change will cause stronger storms, drier droughts and possibly mass extinctions. But one of the clearest -- and far-less-talked-about -- injustices of climate change is that it threatens to disappear entire countries.
OSLO (Reuters) - Next winter in Europe could be colder and drier than the previous two mild winters, which drove down gas and power consumption, the chief meteorologist at Thomson Reuters Point Carbon said.
(Reuters) - Predicted climate changes bringing warmer and drier conditions to Yellowstone National Park will likely fuel catastrophic wildfires, cause declines in mountain snows and threaten the survival of animals and plants, scientists said on Thursday.
SYDNEY, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Parts of Australia should expect drier-than-normal weather from the outset in 2015, the national weather bureau said on Thursday, placing further pressure on drought-affected farmers and beef growers.
WELLINGTON, Oct 23 (Reuters) - New Zealand dairy cooperative Fonterra on Thursday said it was planning to build two new milk powder driers in the country's South Island, as it continues to boost its processing capacity to meet growing milk production in the country.
SYDNEY, May 28 (Reuters) - Australia's approaching winter is likely to be warmer and drier than normal in many regions as climate models point to a developing El Niño phenomenon, the Bureau of Meteorology said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - An American oceanographer who helped write an international report on climate change has condensed several of its key findings - such as how choices made today may shape the future world - into a collection of succinct poems in the Haiku style.
CHICAGO, Jan 3 (Reuters) - Bitter cold temperatures across the U.S. Plains early next week will put some of the dormant hard red winter wheat crop at risk of damage, particularly in drier areas of the region, meteorologists and agronomists said on Friday.
DENVER (Reuters) - Drier weather after historic floods triggered by seven straight days of rain held out hope for relief in Colorado, where hundreds of people were still stranded or displaced on Monday.
(Updates trades/prices to close) NEW YORK, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Gold prices hit three-week highs on Monday after the largest exchange traded gold fund showed the first net inflow since June, while surging silver and raw sugar also contributed to broad gains in commodities. Soybeans had the largest one-day rise in 2-1/2 months after the release of forecasts for drier weather in the next few weeks that could trim output potential in the U.S. Midwest. Demand also built up ahead of a midda
OSLO, July 11 (Reuters) - Nordic base power prices for delivery in the fourth quarter firmed on Thursday after the latest weather forecasts showed the hydro-dependent region was to see less rain than previously expected.
* Light showers expected from Sunday * Drier conditions favored crushing since end of early June rains * Port workers threatening strike from June 25 By Reese Ewing SAO PAULO, June 13 (Reuters) - The lineup of ships waiting to load sugar at Brazilian ports has edged up to 55 vessels from 54 a week ago, as crushing of the record 2013/14 cane crop enters its peak, shipping agents Williams Servicos Maritimos Ltda said. Rains earlier this week along the coast of southeastern Bra
CHICAGO, May 17 (Reuters) - Less-than-ideal yet drier weather this week allowed U.S. farmers to begin catching up their corn planting pace that had fallen to a record low when the week began, an agricultural meteorologist said on Friday.
CHICAGO, May 14 (Reuters) - Drier weather early this week in the U.S. Midwest will boost corn plantings that have fallen to a record slow pace due to wet and chilly weather, an agricultural meteorologist said on Tuesday.
CHICAGO, May 13 (Reuters) - Drier weather early this week in the U.S. crop belt will allow active corn plantings, countering the slowest seeding pace in nearly 30 years, an agricultural meteorologist said on Monday.
CHICAGO, May 10 (Reuters) - Drier weather by the weekend into early next week will boost U.S. corn plantings that have fallen to the slowest pace in nearly three decades, an agricultural meteorologist said on Friday.
CHICAGO, May 9 (Reuters) - Drier weather in the U.S. Midwest this weekend and early next week will lead to a sharp boost in corn planting, which has fallen to the slowest pace in nearly three decades, an agricultural meteorologist said on Thursday.
CHICAGO, May 6 (Reuters) - Rainfall in the western and southern Midwest this week will slow corn plantings there while drier weather in the north should help boost seedings that have fallen well behind average planting pace, an agricultural meteorologist said on Monday.
* Drier weather through early May to speed harvest * Rain may return in a few weeks, forecasters say * Ethanol demand to match supply growth of 4.6 bln ltr - Itau BBA (Adds additional market comments from analysts) By Reese Ewing and Peter Murphy SAO PAULO, April 18 (Reuters) - Brazil's center-south cane belt will stay dry for the next few weeks, forecaster Somar said on Thursday, speeding up the harvest of cane and output of sugar that was hampered by an unusually wet start to
CHICAGO, March 18 (Reuters) - Scattered showers are expected in the northern and eastern U.S. Midwest over the next 24 hours followed by drier and colder weather into the middle of next week, an agricultural meteorologist said on Monday.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A shift back to drier weather is expected in most of the key wheat growing areas of the drought-stricken U.S. Great Plains hard red winter wheat region, an agricultural meteorologist said on Wednesday.
CHICAGO, Feb 6 (Reuters) - A shift back to drier weather is expected in most of the key wheat growing areas of the drought-stricken U.S. Great Plains hard red winter wheat region, an agricultural meteorologist said on Wednesday.