Calculator on top of money and grainContinued dry weather forecasts have caused grain markets to stall their upward momentum. Last week the spring wheat market decreased 70 cents, and corn and soybean crops traded flat, despite the fact that some much needed rain hit a few key areas. One analyst cited this as a perfect example of how problematic and unreliable market models can be because popup showers and summertime rains are just too unpredictable. As we continue into this week and the rest of the growing season, the grain market volatility will likely continue. Get a more in-depth breakdown of the current state of affairs.