NEWS
Canada Cool, Wet Conditions May Ease
Joel Burgio Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Jun 12, 2014 06:45 PM CDT

The active weather pattern continues during the next five to six days or so for Canada. We expect to see showers and some rain moving through southern and eastern areas at times from now through Monday, at least. We may also see showers through central and northwest areas as well. Temperatures average sometimes near normal but most times below normal during this period. Cool and wet conditions may hamper fieldwork for some, except in areas that may miss a few of these showers. Cool weather also slows germination and early growth of earlier-planted crops in the region.

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