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An independent consultancy with an unrelenting passion for Food and Agriculture. Comprised of a select group of consultants, IAG works with businesses exposed to agricultural commodity price risk. The consultants’ varying backgrounds and industry experience help create a team with unique expertise.
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Tropical Update for the Week of October 25th
•There are no active storms in the Atlantic Basin today, and no significant risks to the U.S. coastline are expected in the next 7-10 days. •There are no notable disturbances today, either. Some showers in the western Caribbean are in a very unfavorable environment, and there is no chance of development there. •As only 2% of U.S. hurricane landfalls have occurred after 10/25, the plausible window for TC risks to the U.S. in 2016 is rapidly closing. This will be the last regularly scheduled weekly forecast for the 2016 hurricane season. Forecasts will be issued on an as-necessary basis in November in the event of a threat to the U.S., and you can look for a final 2016 season wrap-up and first look ahead to 2017 to arrive in late November.
Commodity Market Weather Forecast for March 24th from IAG
•This morning, there are no threat level changes as the first of numerous rain chances spreads across the U.S. southern plains. •The U.S. southern tier is entering a very wet pattern that will bring 4-5 storms across the region in the next 2 weeks. Thunderstorms brought hit or miss accumulations overnight, but ook for the heaviest totals in the middle of next week with 10-day totals of 0.75-1.5" in the western Plains and 2-4" elsewhere including the Delta. Defcon 4. •The U.S. northern tier will also be warmer than average and very wet with a zonal jet over the next 2 weeks. A heavier rain chance brings 0.5-1" today and tomorrow, followed by another storm midweek. Long-range models continue to suggest warmer than average and much wetter than normal conditions for the corn belt through early April at least. Defcon 3. •There are no major changes in South America weather, which will be mostly dry region-wide for the next 3-5 days. Brazil north of Sao Paolo can expect another drier than average and warm next 8-10 days, with around 50% of normal rain through then but the middle and end of week 2 turning wetter. Argentina remains dry through day 5, especially east, but turns wetter once again starting on day 5 with 2-4" of rain anticipated with a strong, slow-moving front. Defcon 4.
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