NEWS
Relentless Winter Weather in Prairies
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Wed Mar 27, 2013 09:58 AM CDT

Signs of spring are few and far between across the snow-covered Canadian Prairies as we reach the final days of March. Temperatures so far during March have resembled those commonly seen during January and February most of the time and snow has been flying every few days, continuing to increase snow depths on the ground.

The upper-air roadblock in the atmosphere across northern Canada has shown signs of weakening during recent days and is forecast to remain in a weaker state during the next week, but not to the extent to bring a complete breakdown in the cold, snowy weather ...

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