*Flooding for Canadian and US spring wheat

*Rains easing dryness to Brazil coffee, but will it turn hot and dry again?

*What cool ocean temperatures near Peru, but warm near Australia suggests for the US winter and for natural gas prices.

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Learn how some of these analog years (above) could play an important role for South American corn, soybean, sugar and coffee weather this winter (their summer) and the US natural gas market.

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