DAILY NEWSLETTER OF ESSENTIAL Sunday, March 18, 2012 MARKET WEATHER INFORMATION Sunday Evening Forecast Newsle er QT Weather weather at a glance — 2 days 32F in W KS — Flooding rains in E KS — 5 day totals of 8 inches — About QT Weather... QT Weather brings you a comprehensive stream of market-relevant domestic and international weather information every day from expert meteorologist Allen Motew. Using radar analysis, USDA data, global satellite and remote sensing coverage, QT offers an ext
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    Weather  QT Information Systems Inc. DAILY NEWSLETTEROF ESSENTIALMARKET WEATHERINFORMATION QT Weather   AboutQT Weather... QT Weather brings you acomprehensive stream ofmarket-relevant domesticand international weatherinformation every day fromexpert meteorologist AllenMotew. Using radar analysis,USDA data, global satelliteand remote sensingcoverage, QT offers anextensive package ofessential weatherinformation. QT INFORMATIONSYSTEMS A leader in commoditymarket data, tools andservices, QT Info deliverscutting edge software andcommunication systems thatsets the standard for futuresand options professionals.Check for more information on QT’squote and charting platforms,commodity squawk box, AMImessaging service, andLaSalle Street News. Two Frosty Mornings For West Kansas It’s East versus West in Kansas this week, with limited rainfall and two freezing mornings inthe West, and the East goes wet and wild, with flooding rains and abnormal warmth. weather at a glance    —  2 days 32F in W KS  —  Flooding rains in E KS  — 5 day totals of 8 inches —Flooding in MO, AR and TX  — Sunday, March 18, 2012 Sunday Evening ForecastNewsleer   Tuesday Morning— freeze damage for the High Plains? Abnormal warmthand advancing winter crops are now very vulnerable to an early freeze. Tem-peratures will be 25-32F in the coldest locations of the Central High Plains thisweek, potentially causing isolated damage. After this, temperatures go back tonormal or above (in this region) until at least the first days of April.    Today’s weather maps About AllenMotew… Allen Motew has been anexpert weather analyst formore than 35 years. With aSeal of Approval forBroadcasters from theAmerican MeteorologicalSociety, Allen specializes inglobal weather prediction,synoptic scale and mesonetanalysis, and severeweather events. He istrained in forecastinghurricanes, tropical cyclonesand international weatherevents for government andprivate industry interestsfrom around the globe. AChicago native, Allenbroadcasts his local,domestic and internationalcommodity weatherforecasts from the Chicago Chicago Board of Trade141 W. Jackson Blvd., Suite 1255800.240.8761 ph312-896-2050  Wednesday morning  — temperatures will be 1-2degrees colder in the High Plains, reaching 31 atAmarillo and 29F in the W OK Panhandle. NorthPlatte will bottom at 27F. As of March 17, vegetation condition is much better than normal in most of the U.S., ex-cept from E Texas to Georgia and in the far West. Moisture and early spring warmth hasbrought conditions along very fast.   Precipitation for the remainder ofMarch will be heaviest in the Lower Mis-sissippi Valley, with flooding resulting inArkansas, Oklahoma and Texas.    Chicago Board of Trade141 W. Jackson Blvd., Suite 1255800.240.8761 ph312-896-2050  Weather  QT Information Systems QT QuotePlatforms Get all the marketinformation you need withQT’s quote and chartingplatforms. These easy-to-use platforms arecompletely customizableand offer real-time quotes,government reports, news,weather and more! Sign upfor a free trial   Allen Motew  The Climate Prediction Center (CPC) saysApril will also be abnormally warm acrossmost of the nation, odds favor it particularlyfor the South and Middle part of the nation.Like magic, May goes normal to colder than normal in much of W Canada, and normal inall but the West Coast, Delta and E Canada. In summary, flooding becomesan issue this week from Mis-souri and SW Illinois to Centraland East Texas, while after twofreezing mornings in the CentralHigh Plains, temperatures showno signs of freeze damagethrough April 3.


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