NEWS
Winter Takes Hold For Canada
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Nov 7, 2013 10:11 AM CST

The signs of winter are popping up all over Canada as the first significant snow for many areas came during the past weekend and temperatures plummeted as low as minus 25 C (minus 13 F) for some areas a couple of days ago. A new low pressure area promises to bring some light to moderate snows to the region Friday into early Saturday.

It may only be early to mid-November, but some winter cold appears to be on tap for central and eastern areas of the Prairies by early next week as an arctic origin air mass arrives from northwest ...

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