NEWS
Short Break in Canada's Cold Weather
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Feb 13, 2014 10:25 AM CST

The changing weather patterns across North America during the coming days will deliver some relief to the frozen Prairies as some Pacific air makes the trip up and over the Rockies into southern and southwest Canada. Don't get used to the mild readings, because it looks like colder weather may return by the middle and end of next week and finish out February.

The jet stream flow that has helped deliver Arctic cold to much of Canada, as well as across the Prairies during the recent week, looks like it will shift far enough north and east to allow milder ...

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