NEWS
Prairie Fieldwork Delays Continue
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Apr 24, 2014 10:47 AM CDT

Temperatures across the Canadian Prairies for April to date are following very much in the same path we saw for many of the past several months in the below-normal category. Manitoba has been further below normal than areas to the west, due mostly to the lingering snow cover and the position of the upper air weather pattern that continues to deliver cold air southward more easily across central and eastern Canada.

Most of the main crop areas have lost the winter snow cover during the past 10 days, including southern and southwest Manitoba, but the storm of the past 48 ...

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