NEWS
Milder Weather Within Sight
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Mar 6, 2014 10:16 AM CST

Mid-winter temperatures during the first week of March are like a broken record as the cold air making weather pattern across North America has remained in place. Severely low temperatures for March have been recorded for nearly all of Canada, but there are strong signals that the Prairies are in for a much milder weather regime as soon as this weekend.

The question then becomes how long our reprieve from the cold will last, and if the colder weather returns will it be as severe as observed lately? The answer looks to be that some colder weather should return later ...

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