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MORNING Midwest Digest, Dec. 6, 2018

Max Armstrong talks about an upcoming weather system that could cause problems, soybeans trending higher, acute flaccid myelitis and a coaching pay increase.

You'll hear a lot more about weather woes over the next five days as a system moves across the country. A dozen states will get snow, and 20 states will get rain. 

Soybeans trended higher for a fourth consecutive session yesterday. Traders are still hungry for more details on the trade truce.

Michigan health officials have confirmed the first case of a polio-like illness, acute flaccid myelitis. It's not a new disease, but has become prevalent of late. 

The University of Missouri has offered its football coach a 30% increase in pay over the next couple years.

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