By Sam Nelson CHICAGO, Oct 24 (Reuters) - The La Nina weather phenomenon will usher in a mild U.S. winter, expand the Southeast drought and may bring dryness to the Midwest next summer that could cause corn and soy crops to struggle a little, meteorologists said. "We are definitely in a La Nina at this point and it is going to be with us through the entire winter season and into early spring," said Drew Lerner, meteorologist and owner of World Weather Inc in Kansas City. A cooldown of ...
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