NEWS
Ukraine and West Russia Weather
Joel Burgio Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Wed Mar 19, 2014 12:37 PM CDT


February weather across west and south Russia and Ukraine featured below normal rainfall for much of the region but especially for the area from central Ukraine eastward to south Russia. This included areas less than 50 percent of normal for the month and even some less than 25 percent of normal. In additional to the drier than normal weather we also note warmer than normal conditions during February. The winter as a whole has featured below normal precipitation and above normal temperature across the region. This leaves most areas in need of rain during the spring to ensure favorable soil ...
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